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Genetics

TermDefinition
DNA The genetic material found in all living cells
Cell division when cells divide
Gametes A sperm or egg cell that contains half the number of chromosomes
Gene piece of or a segment of DNA (basic unit of heredity)
Heredity The passing of genes from parent to offspring
Chromosomes The physical structure in the cell that contains the cell's DNA
Genotype is the actual genetic make-up of the organism
Phenotype is the characteristic of an organism that can be observed ...what you can see or what is expressed.
Variation a different form of something
Offspring one or more organisms born of a parent; in humans, offspring are children
Reproduction the biological process by which new individual organisms are produced from their "parents"
Compare to examine (two or more objects, ideas, etc.) in order to note similarities or differences.
Require to need
Replication The process of duplicating or producing an exact copy
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