1. an offspring with two identical alleles for a trait is homozygous.
2. only some traits are inherited
3. offspring inherit two alleles for a gene from each parent.
A, C, and E are correct.
All traits are inherited from parents, with one allele for a gene coming from each parent. If an offspring receives two identical alleles for a given gene, it is homozygous for that gene.
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It is A - C - E
Question 3. C
Question 4. D
Question 5. C
Question 6. D
Question 7. B
Question 8. D
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The correct answer would be "The hybrid offspring of a cross are the P1 generation".
The offspring produced in a cross are referred to as first filial generation or F₁ generation.
The organisms which are cross-breed in the above cross are termed as parent generation or P.
The offspring produced by crossing the organisms of F₁ generation is termed as second filial generation or F₂ generation.
The same is mentioned in the figure attached below.
The correct options are:
All traits are inherited.
Offspring inherit one allele for a gene from each parent.
An offspring with two identical alleles for a trait is homozygous.
Explanation:In the biological world, a trait can be described as a genetic characteristic which makes up an organism. Every organism has a particular set of traits.Traits are inherited from parents, however they can be influenced by the environment.The alleles of a gene make up the genotype and the influencing phenotype. An organism acquires one allele for the gene pair from each parent.When both the alleles of a gene pair are similar, the organism is said to be homozygous for the trait. If both the alleles of a gene pair are different, the organism is said to be heterozygous for the trait.