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Selective Breeding

A trait developed after an organism is born aquired
To mate organisms with desirable traits selective breeding
made up of a phosphate, a sugar, and a base nucleotide
A change in the arrangement of a gene mutation
appears in 2 strands coiled together DNA
Any trait that allows an individual to survive in its environment adaptation
Occurs when a female gamete joins witha male gamete sexual reproduction
All organisms have a different # of these chromosomes
Only expressed if an organism has 2 genes for that trait recessive
name 2 examples of adaptations mimicry, camouflage, warning coloration
A chemical sequence of DNA that determines the trait of an organism gene
An organism made with 2 different genes for the same trait hybrid
Expressed even if one gene for that form of the trait is inherited dominant
The process where genes are passed from parent to offspring heredity
An example of an inherited trait web spinning spider, hair color
# of chromosomes in humans 46
This is how bacteria multiply asexual (EXAMPLE)
Created by: dgoeke