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    The lecture Terminology & Content Recap by Georgina Cornwall, PhD is from the course Single-Gene Disorders.


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    1. The location of a gene on a chromosome.
    2. A group of alleles of different genes on a single chromosome.
    3. The observable properties of an organism.
    4. The total genetic constitution of an individual.
    5. An individual with two different mutant alleles instead of one wild-type and one mutant allele.
    1. A group of alleles of different genes on a single chromosome.
    2. The location of a gene on a chromosome.
    3. The observable properties of an organism.
    4. The total genetic constitution of an individual.
    5. An individual with two different mutant alleles instead of one wild-type and one mutant allele.
    1. The observable properties of an organism.
    2. An individual with two different mutant alleles instead of one wild-type and one mutant allele.
    3. The location of a gene on a chromosome.
    4. The total genetic constitution of an individual.
    5. A group of alleles of different genes on a single chromosome.
    1. The total genetic constitution of an individual.
    2. The observable properties of an organism.
    3. An individual with two different mutant alleles instead of one wild-type and one mutant allele.
    4. A group of alleles of different genes on a single chromosome.
    5. The location of a gene on a chromosome.
    1. An individual with two different mutant alleles instead of one wild-type and one mutant allele.
    2. The location of a gene on a chromosome.
    3. The observable properties of an organism.
    4. A group of alleles of different genes on a single chromosome.
    5. The total genetic constitution of an individual.
    1. Single gene mutation having multiple effects.
    2. The proportion of individuals that express the phenotype of a particular genotype.
    3. The degree at which a particular genotype affects the phenotype.
    4. Multiple gene mutations having a single effect.
    5. The proportion of individuals with heterozygous genotype.
    1. The proportion of individuals that express the phenotype of a particular genotype.
    2. Single gene mutation having multiple effects.
    3. The degree at which a particular genotype affects the phenotype.
    4. Multiple gene mutations having a single effect.
    5. The proportion of individuals with heterozygous genotype.
    1. The degree at which a particular genotype affects the phenotype.
    2. The proportion of individuals with heterozygous genotype.
    3. Single gene mutation having multiple effects.
    4. Multiple gene mutations having a single effect.
    5. The proportion of individuals that express the phenotype of a particular genotype.
    1. 80% of individuals with BRCA1 gene develop breast cancer.
    2. 100% of individuals with BRCA1 gene develop breast cancer.
    3. BRCA1 can lead to breast cancer or ovarian cancer or both.
    4. 0% of individuals with BRCA1 gene develop breast cancer.
    5. BRCA1 can lead to only breast cancer.
    1. BRCA1 can lead to breast cancer or ovarian cancer or both.
    2. 80% of individuals with BRCA1 gene develop breast cancer.
    3. 100% of individuals with BRCA1 gene develop breast cancer.
    4. BRCA1 can lead to only breast cancer.
    5. 0% of individuals with BRCA1 gene develop breast cancer.

    Author of lecture Terminology & Content Recap

     Georgina Cornwall, PhD

    Georgina Cornwall, PhD


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