Dyad is

A. a pair of homologous chromosomes

B. a pair of non-homologous chromosomes

C. a pair of sister chromosomes

D. a pair of non-sister chromosomes

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  1. Linked genes may be separated by the process of
  2. Colour blindness is caused due to
  3. Dyad is
  4. Base substitutions from base analogues I are called
  5. Down's syndrome is an example of
  6.  A person meets with an accident and great loss of blood has occurred. There is no time to analyse…
  7. The scientists who rediscovered the Mendel's laws are
  8. Transfer of a gene or genes through a virus is called
  9. Crossing over in meiosis occurs in
  10. Exhibition of superiority by a hybrid over both of its parents is called
  11. The first person to induce mutations was
  12. A pure tall pea plant was reared in a soil poor in nutrition and reached the size of a pure dwarf pea…
  13. Lethal genes are those which
  14. Chromosomes exhibit minimum coiling during
  15. The segment of DNA which participates in crossing over is known as
  16. Diakinesis is characterised by
  17. Klinefelter's syndrome is developed when the chromosome in male is
  18. An offspring of two homozygous parents different from one another by alleles at only one gene locus…
  19.  A chemical mutagen is
  20. The science dealing with study of inheritance and variation is
  21. The genetic constitution of an organism is known as
  22. The chromosomal theroy of heredity implies that
  23. Which one of the following chemical characteristics is not common to all living beings ?
  24. The condition in which only one allele of a pair is present is known as
  25. The crossing of a homozygous tall plant with a dwarf would yield plants in the ratio of
  26. Some people experience PTC paper on tongue as bitter, others as tasteless. This character is hereditary…
  27. Among the following which is a test cross?
  28. If an individual does not breed true for its characters, it is called
  29. The number of characters investigated by Mendel was
  30. Albinism in com plants is best described as