Nursing quiz

Genetics Quiz

Genetics Quiz - 3

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1. In colour blidness red, green and other colours appear

A. White

B. Yellow

C. Grey

D. Pink

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2. Cytoplasmic inheritance differs from nuclear inheritance in the absence of

A. Similarity of reciprocal crosses

B. Biprental contribution

C. Effect of backcrossing

D. All of the above

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3. Colour blindeness in which all coulours appear grey is

A. Monochromatism

B. Dichromatism

C. Protanopia

D. Deuteronopia

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4. Females seldom become bald as they lack

A. The gene for baldness

B. Y-Chromosome

C. Male sex chromosome

D. All of the above

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5. Phenylketonuria is

A. Sex linked dominant trait

B. Sex linked recessive trait

C. Autosomal recessive trait

D. Autosomal dominant trait

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6. Colour blindeness is disease in which the factor is usually transmitted to children by women. It is becuase the factor is located on

A. An autosome

B. X-chromosome

C. Y-chromosome

D. Cytoplasm

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7. Gene for sickle cell anemia is transmitted by

A. Sex cells

B. Sex chromosomes

C. Autosomes

D. Bone cells

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8. A 'normal' woman whose father was haemophilic marries a normal man. The offspring shall be

A. All normal

B. All sons haemophilic

C. All daughters haemophilic

D. Some sons are ahemophilic

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9. A late acting dominant disorder is

A. Tay-Sach's disease

B. Polydactyly

C. Huntington's chorae

D. Phenylketonuria

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10. Huntignton's chorea is characterised by

A. Incongruent muscle movement

B. Disordered muscle movement and mental disorientation

C. Weak eye sight and hearing power

D. Inability to speak

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11. Down's syndrome is due to

A. A missing chromosome

B. An extra chromosome

C. A dominant gene

D. A recessive gene

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12. In Down's syndrome, the chromosome number in each cell is

A. 45

B. 46

C. 47

D. 48

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13. The risk of Down's syndrome in offsprings is high to mothers at the age of

A. 20 years

B. 25 years

C. 30 years

D. 35 years

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14. Persons with Klinfelter's syndrome have chromosomes

A. 46

B. 45

C. 47

D. 48

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15. Turner's syndrome is characterised by chromosomes

A. 46

B. 45

C. 47

D. 49

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1. C
2. D
3. A
4. C
5. C
6. B
7. C
8. D
9. C
10. B
11. B
12. C
13. D
14. C
15. B
  1. Nettina, Sandra M.; Mills, Elizabeth Jacqueline. Lippincott Manual of Nursing Practice, 8th Edition. Copyright ©2006 Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.
  2. Bhatti K. Dinesh Companion to Biology. S. Dinesh & Co. New Delhi, 2009.
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