What is a chromosome?
What is a gene?
What is an allele?
Describe the structure of DNA
In genetics, what is meant by the term dominant?
In genetics, what is meant by the term recessive?
In genetics, what is meant by the term homozygous?
In genetics, what is meant by the term heterozygous?
In genetics, what is meant by the term genotype?
In genetics, what is meant by the term phenotype?
If a tall plant (TT) is crossed with a short plant (tt), what is the percentage chance of a tall plant being produced?
If a person with blue eyes (bb) has child with a person with brown eyes (Bb), what is the percentage chance of having a child with brown eyes?
Tall allele is dominant, short allele is recessive.
If a homozygous recessive plant is crossed with a heterozygous plant, what is the ratio of tall plants to short plants produced?
How many pairs of chromosomes do humans have?
How is cystic fibrosis and Huntington's inherited?
How are new genes produced?
Do mutations always have an effect?
How can you increase the chance of mutation?
Why do some people have Down's syndrome?
What are the short term effects of alcohol?
What are the long term effects of alcohol?
Why is smoking bad for your health?
What is meant by the term carcinogen?
Name a carcinogen in cigarettes
What do doctors use to assess if someone is overweight?
What is the equation for BMI?
Using the table, calculate the BMI for a person who has a mass of 64 kg and a height of
What are the limitations of BMI?
What is the reference intake (RI)?
What is guideline daily amount (GDA)?
Why is salt needed by our body?
What happens if there is too little salt in your diet?
What happens if there is too much salt in your diet?
What is homeostasis?
How does the body control the blood glucose levels?
Where are insulin and glucagon released from?
How does insulin work?
How does glucagon work?
What is the difference between Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes?
What is the treatment for Type 1 diabetes?
What is the treatment for Type 2 diabetes?
How do we test for diabetes?