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Behavior Way of acting.
DNA Chemical molecules in chromosomes that control cell activity and determine hereditary traits.
Learned behaviors Behaviors that are taught or result from experience.
Dominant Genes A gene for which the trait always appears.
Allele One of several different forms of a specific gene.
Chromosome A rod shaped structure in the nucleus of a cell that contains DNA.
Gene Site The site where the gene is positioned on the chromosome.
Heredity The passing of traits from one generation to the next.
Genotype The gene pair for a given trait.
Inherited Traits Are those traits that are passed from parent to offspring through genes.
Genetics The study of heredity.
Phenotype A description of a trait.
Recessive Gene A gene for which the trait only appears when the dominant gene is not present.
Gene The part of a chromosome that determines hereditary traits.They contain instructions for a particular trait.They contain information that controls the way organisms look and how they grow.
Offspring Babies of parents.
Instinct Inherited Behavior.
Traits Characteristics of all living things.Traits are determined by genes.All genes consist of DNA.
Created by: Nia Warren