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Question 1: It is a generally accepted theory that inherited genotype, transmitted ________ factors, and non-hereditary environmental variation contribute to the phenotype of an individual.
Molecular biologyEpigeneticsPost-transcriptional regulationTranscriptional regulation

Question 2: Such techniques can help evolve ________ solutions to certain types of otherwise difficult problems.
MathematicsSet theoryGeometryMathematical logic

Question 3: Non-hereditary ________ mutations are not classically understood as representing the individual's genotype.
DNARNAGeneProtein

Question 4: Inspired by the biological concept and usefulness of genotypes, ________ employs simulated phenotypes in genetic programming and evolutionary algorithms.
Software engineeringProgramming paradigmComputer programmingComputer science

Question 5: Also known as a genotypic assay, techniques include PCR, DNA fragment analysis, allele specific oligonucleotide (ASO) probes, DNA sequencing, and nucleic acid hybridization to ________ or beads.
OpticsOptical fiberSol-gelDNA microarray

Question 6: With a ________, the offspring is guaranteed to inherit the trait in question irrespective of the second allele.
GeneDominance (genetics)GeneticsChromosome

Question 7: The genotype is the ________ constitution of a cell, an organism, or an individual (i.e.
BiologyGeneticsEvolutionDNA

Question 8: The distinction between genotype and phenotype is commonly experienced when studying family patterns for certain hereditary diseases or conditions, for example, ________.
Haemophilia AFanconi anemiaSickle-cell diseaseHaemophilia

Question 9: [7] MSI and LOH in particular have been associated with ________ genotypes for colon, breast and cervical cancer.
ChemotherapyMetastasisCancerCarcinogenesis

Question 10: So typically, one refers to an individual's genotype with regard to a particular ________ of interest and, in polyploid individuals, it refers to what combination of alleles the individual carries (see homozygous, heterozygous).
GeneEvolutionDNAGenetics
















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