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This activity contains 23 questions.

Question 1.
James and Julie are twins. Not only is one male and the other female, but they look nothing alike. James and Julie are ________.

 
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Question 2.
An individual's particular set of observed characteristics is referred to as the ________.

 
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Question 3.
All people with curly hair do not have equally curly hair. This is because genes differ in ________.

 
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Question 4.
Geneticists believe that people get three genes from each parent for skin color. The result is that skin tones blend rather than one parent's genes being truly dominant over the other's. This is an example of ________.

 
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Question 5.
________ growth proceeds from the head downward.

 
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Question 6.
The fluid-filled sac in which a fetus floats until just before birth is called the ________.

 
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Question 7.
When a fetus reaches a point where it can survive outside the womb, it is said to have achieved ________.

 
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Question 8.
Chromosomes that are not sex chromosomes are called ________.

 
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Question 9.
Sylvia and Aaron have just had their first child. Because they are both Jewish, before they decided to have a child they went to see a genetic counselor. What were they most likely to be concerned about?

 
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Question 10.
Red-green color blindness is a fairly common ________.

 
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Question 11.
Drugs, lead and solvents are examples of ________.

 
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Question 12.
________ is a substance sometimes found in a woman's blood that is associated with a number of abnormalities of the brain and spinal cord.

 
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Question 13.
In stage one of labor, there are two important processes that must occur, ________ & ________.

 
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Question 14.
________ is a birth complication in which the fetus experiences oxygen deprivation during labor and/or delivery.

 
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Question 15.
A low birth weight baby is defined as one whose newborn weight is below ________.

 
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Question 16.
The sex of an individual child is determined by the mother.

   
 
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Question 17.
AB blood type is an example of co-dominance.

   
 
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Question 18.
Morning sickness is primarily a feature of the second trimester of pregnancy.

   
 
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Question 19.
Growth that proceeds from the middle of the body outward is called proximodistal.

   
 
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Question 20.
Joyce is in the ninth month of her pregnancy. Her baby has moved into the birth position, where the head is in the lower neck of the uterus, a position known as engagement.

   
 
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Question 21.
African American babies are more likely than Caucasian babies to suffer from sickle-cell anemia.

   
 
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Question 22.
Down's syndrome is a trisomy.

   
 
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Question 23.
Beverly's cervix is 100% effaced, meaning that the cervix has now opened enough for the baby to pass through.

   
 
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