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Genetics the study of heredity
traits specific characteristics of
Hybrid the offspring of parents with different traits
Segregation the separation of Alleles
gamete sex cells (haploid)
homologous organisms with two identical alleles for the same trait
heterozygous organisms with 2 different alleles for the same trait
phenotype physical characteristic
genotype genetic characteristic
independent assortment when alleles from one trait segregate independently from another
incomplete dominance when one allele isn't overpowering another one
co-dominance when both alleles contribute to the phenotype
multiple alleles genes with more than 2 alleles
haploid has 1 set of chromosomes
diploid has 2 sets of chromosomes
meiosis when a diploid divides into 4 haploids
tetrad when a chromosome pairs with a homologous chromosome
monohybrid following one trait
dominant stringer of the 2 genes (capital)
recessive weaker of the 2 genes (lower case)
Created by: abbibjork on 2014-04-23

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