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multiple allels three or more form a gene that code for a single trait
sex chromosomes carry genes that determines whether a person is male or female
sex-linked genes alleles are passed from parent to child on a sex-chromosome
carrier person who has one reccesive allele for a trait and one dominant allel
genetic disorder mutatins in the Dna of genes
pedigree is a chart that tracks which members of a family have a particular trait
karyotype a picture of all chromosomes in a cell
selective breeding a process of selecting organisms worth desired traits to be parentsof the next generation
inbreeding crossing of two indidvuals that have the same characteristic
hybridization breeders cross two genetically different individuals
clone an organism that has exactly the same gene
genetic engineering genes from one organism are transferd into the Dna of another organism
gene therapy involve inserting copies of a gene directly into a persons cells
genome all the Dna of one cell in a organism
Created by: andrewr mcalpine