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who was the austrian monk who experimented in heredety in the mid 1800's Gregor Mendel
Phenotype traits in the DNA that are seen/expressed
Genotype traits that are in the DNA includes phenotype and those that are not seen
What happened in the expermient with the plants? In the frist generation the dwarf trait was completely masked, but by the second generation there was 1/4 short 3/4 tall.
Dominant allele (Xx) It is the expressed in the phenotype even if there is only one allele because it is the domoniant trait.
Recessive Allele (x) This is the weaker trait that needs two alleles in order to be seen in the phenotype.
Punnnet Square shows all possible outcomes for inherited traits
probability its the chance that a specific outcome will occur compared with this total number of all possible outcomes
Created by: xodancerchick97