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Plant Beeding and Genetics Quiz 3

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Liver enlargement, galactose in urine and blood and cataract caused due to loss of galactose-1-phosphate uridyl transferase enzyme activity in human beings are the symptoms of the disease is called


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The occurrence of crossing over in one region of a chromosome interferes with its occurrence in the neighboring segments is called

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Maturation of male and female reproductive organs of a hermaphordite flower at different times is called as

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The locations of various genes in a chromosome relative to specific microscopically visible landmarks in the chromosome is called

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In 1965, the first commercial hybrid bajra in India was produced by

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The number of species present in the genus Oryza are

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The process of bringing a wild species under human management is referred to as

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The process due to which allopolyploids show diploid like behaviour, i.e., only bivalent formation, is known as

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Modified pedigree method was given by


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The process in which seeds are formed but the embryos develop without fertilization is known as

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The process through which energy is released by plants

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After chromosome doubling, the allopolyploid would have two homologous chromosomes for each chromosome present in the F1 hybrid, which is the same situation as in the diploid species, is known as

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In 1907, the term 'Chimera' was coined by

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A series of DNA sequences fixed as distinct spots on a suitable solid support, such as a glass chip is called

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A group of structural genes whose transcription is regulated by the coordinated action of a regulator gene, promoter, and operator elements is known as

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In cotton, gene for resistance to Helicoverpa has been transferred from soil borne bacterium called

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In 1908, the experimental evidence for the existence of multiple factor and the concept of multiple factor inheritance was provided by

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An unusual form of cell division in which the nucleus cleaves without change in its component structure i.e.. formation of chromosomes followed by the division of the cytoplasm can be termed as

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Reappearance of an ancestral trait after several generations because of recessiveness or other masking effects is termed as

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An individual that had more than two complete chromosome sets of a single genome is called as

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