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Question: During the course of your lab work in both you have worked with over 1,500 butterflies from the s…


During the course of your lab work in both you have worked with over 1,500 butterflies from the same species Q6. If we compare all the male butterflies that you have been working with, do they all have the same genes? No, because there is individual variation in which genes are present in each butterfly. O Yes, because they all have the same genotype and phenotype. O Yes, because they are all the same species No, because if they had all the same genes they would all look identical. Submit Answer Tries 0/1 Q7. If we compare all the male butterflies that you have been working with, do they all have the same alleles? ONo, because there is individual variation in the alleles which explains the phenotypes. Yes, because they all have the same genotype and phenotype. No, because the alleles can change when the environmental conditions. O Yes, because they are all the same species so they have the same nucleotide sequences. Submit Answer Tries 0/1 Were there any questions you found confusing because of wording? Please explain. If there were no questions type NA. Submission type: Submit entries below as answer to receive credit Save entries below (not submitted for credit yet) Rich formatting » Submit Answer Tries 0/1

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During the course of your lab work in both you have worked with over 1,500 butterflies from the same species Q6. If we compare all the male butterflies that you have been working with, do they all have the same genes? No, because there is individual variation in which genes are present in each butterfly. O Yes, because they all have the same genotype and phenotype. O Yes, because they are all the same species No, because if they had all the same genes they would all look identical. Submit Answer Tries 0/1 Q7. If we compare all the male butterflies that you have been working with, do they all have the same alleles? ONo, because there is individual variation in the alleles which explains the phenotypes. Yes, because they all have the same genotype and phenotype. No, because the alleles can change when the environmental conditions. O Yes, because they are all the same species so they have the same nucleotide sequences. Submit Answer Tries 0/1 Were there any questions you found confusing because of wording? Please explain. If there were no questions type NA. Submission type: Submit entries below as answer to receive credit Save entries below (not submitted for credit yet) Rich formatting » Submit Answer Tries 0/1

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