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Cubangbang #241724

Cubangbang 6th Ch. 13 Stack1 #241724

Traits Characteristics that you have inherited from your parents.
Genes Small pieces of DNA.
DNA Deoxyribonucleic acid, the chemical code that tells your cells to do.
Heredity Is the passing of traits from the parents to the child.
Inhererited Received traits from your parents.
Purebred plants Are plants that show the same trait for many generations when pollinated naturally.
Genetics Is the study of how traits are inherited.
Hybrids Plants produced by crossing purebred parents plants that each have a different trait
Dominant Trait Is the characteristic that is shown in the hybrid generation.
Recessive Trait Is hidden in the hybrid generation.
 Phenotype The phisical appearance of an organism.
   Genotype The getnetic makeup of an organism.
   Codominant The expression of both genes instead of one being recessive while the other is dominant.
   Incomplete dominance The bleding of genes together, instead of being domminant while the other is recessive.
   Pedigree A chart that traces a particular trait through many generations.
  Sex-linked traits Traits that are usually passed from mothers to children but are usually visible only in sons.
Created by: jcubangbang