Questions on Heredity and Variation/Principles of Inheritance and Variation: Solve online MCQs (Multiple Choice Questions) with answers and test reporting. Test No. 3
Heredity and Variation: MCQs Quiz - 3
Three-fourths colourblind and one-fourth normal
One-half colourblind and one-half normal
All normal visioned
Lysosomes and ribosomes
Ribosomes and chloroplast
Endoplasmic reticulum and mitochondria
Mitochondria and chloroplasts
Crossing of one F1 progeny with male parent
Crossing of one F2 progeny with male parent
Crossing of one F2 progeny with female parent
Studying the sexual behaviour of F1 progenies
8 different gametes and 32 different zygotes
8 different gametes and 16 different zygotes
8 different gametes and 64 different zygotes
4 different gametes and 16 different zygotes
Assertion: An organism with lethal mutation may not even develop beyond the zygote stage.
Reason: All types of gene mutations are lethal.
Both assertion and reason are true and the reason is the correct explanation of the assertion.
Both assertion and reason are true but the reason is not the correct explanation of the assertion.
Assertion is true statement but reason is false.
Both assertion and reason are false.
The gene responsible for the character is recessive in females and dominant only in males
The character is induced in males as males produce testosterone
The female sex hormone estrogen suppresses the character in females
The gene responsible for the character is present on the Y chromosome only
The parents are homozygous recessive
The trait is Y-linked
The parents are homozygous dominant
The parents are heterozygous
Less than 5 percent
None of these
This disease is due to a Y-linked recessive mutation
This disease is due to an X-linked recessive mutation
This disease is due to an X-linked dominant
A greater proportion of girls die in infancy