In humans, a typical body cell is called a(n) __________.
In humans, a typical body cell, called a somatic cell, has _____ chromosomes.
If we use a microscope to examine human chromosomes in metaphase of mitosis, we see that each of the chromosomes consists of __________.
How many duplicated chromosomes does a human cell contain at metaphase?
Almost every chromosome has a twin that resembles it in ______.
Two matching pairs of chromosomes are called __________.
Two chromosomes of such a matching pair are said to be homologous chromosomes. Why?
What is the location of a particular gene within a chromosome known as?
X and Y chromosomes are also known as
Define autosomes ?
Are all of your chromosomes fully homologous ?
What is a key factor in the life cycle of all species that reproduce sexually ?
Why are most animals and plants said to be diploid ?