- What is the key to the recognition of incomplete dominance?
- Can a woman with blood type A have a child with blood type O with a man who is ab quizlet?
- Which of the following is essentially the opposite of pleiotropy?
- Which one of the following is an example of incomplete dominance?
- Are infectious diseases curable?
- How can infectious diseases be prevented?
- What do infectious disease doctors look for?
- When should you see an infectious disease doctor?
- How do you know if you have an infection in your body?
- What kind of doctor specializes in viruses?
- Do infectious disease doctors treat Lyme?
AB blood type is codominant because the red blood cells have the products of both the A and the B alleles of the ABO gene.
What is the key to the recognition of incomplete dominance?
What is the key to the recognition of incomplete dominance? The phenotype of the heterozygote falls between the phenotypes of the homozygotes.
Can a woman with blood type A have a child with blood type O with a man who is ab quizlet?
Terms in this set (5) A man has blood type O and a woman has blood type AB. Can this couple have a child with AB blood? No. Their children could only have type A or type B blood (heterozygous).
Which of the following is essentially the opposite of pleiotropy?
Which one of the following is an example of incomplete dominance?
Cross-pollination between red snapdragons and white snapdragons result in pink when neither the white or the red alleles are dominant. The fruit color of eggplants is another example of incomplete dominance.
Are infectious diseases curable?
Viral diseases are not treatable with antibiotics, which can only cure bacterial diseases and infections. However, the most common viral diseases, the common cold and the flu, are self-limiting in generally healthy people.
How can infectious diseases be prevented?
Preventing the Spread of Infectious Diseases
- Wash your hands often.
- Get vaccinated.
- Use antibiotics sensibly.
- Stay at home if you have signs and symptoms of an infection.
- Be smart about food preparation.
- Disinfect the ‘hot zones’ in your residence.
- Practice safer sex.
- Don’t share personal items.
What do infectious disease doctors look for?
Infectious disease doctors test your blood or other body fluids to look for specific antibodies — cells produced by our immune system to fight harmful foreign substances. These tests can indicate what kind of infection is present. For bacterial infections, treatment usually involves antibiotics.
When should you see an infectious disease doctor?
When a fever raises the suspicion that you may have an infection, when an infection is potentially serious, or when problems occur with treatment, it may be necessary to consult an infectious diseases specialist.
How do you know if you have an infection in your body?
Know the Signs and Symptoms of Infection
- Fever (this is sometimes the only sign of an infection).
- Chills and sweats.
- Change in cough or a new cough.
- Sore throat or new mouth sore.
- Shortness of breath.
- Nasal congestion.
- Stiff neck.
- Burning or pain with urination.
What kind of doctor specializes in viruses?
Infectious disease medicine is a subspecialty of internal medicine. Infectious disease medicine doctors specialize in preventing, diagnosing and treating infectious diseases caused by bacteria, viruses, fungi and parasites. They also have extensive knowledge in immunology, epidemiology, and infection control.
Do infectious disease doctors treat Lyme?
While most people respond well to a round of antibiotics, some cases of Lyme disease aren’t so simple. If you’ve gone through a treatment and your symptoms persist, you may see an infectious disease specialist.