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genetics

chapter 10

TermDefinition
Genetics the study of heredity
Fertilization
Trait specific characteristics of an individual
True breeding same as homozygus
Hybrid offspring from parents with different traits
segregation separation of alleles during gamete formation
Independent assortment genes for different traits can segregate independently during the formation of gametes
Gametes sex cell
Homozygous a gene that has identical alleles
Heterozygous gene with two different alleles
phenotype physical characteristics of an organism
genotype genetic make up of an organism
dominant the allele that shows up
Recessive the allele that hides
allele one of a many different forms of a gene
incomplete dominance when one allele is not completely dominant over another allele
codominance phenotype from both alleles are completely expressed
punnett square diagram used to predict geno and phenotype combinations
multiple allele trait gene with more than two alleles
Created by: WthomasB