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heredity voc

reproduction/heredity voc

TermDefinition
allele one of a pair of genes that determines a specific trait
dominant trait that will always express itself
gene specific location on a chromosome that controls a certain trait
genotype genes of an organism represented by 2 letters that are inside of our cells
heterozygous one dominant gene and one recessive gene for a specific trait
homozygous pure trait-either 2 dominant genes o;r 2 recessive genes for a specific trait
hybrid another name for heterozygous
pedigree diagram that shows the occurrence of a particular trait in several generations of a family
phenotype physical appearance of a trait such as pure tall or hybrid tall
punnet square diagram that shows the possible combinations of a gene pair for a given trait
recessive trait that is least often expressed-can only ap
traits characteristics controlled by inherited genes from parents
variations inherited traits that make an organism different from other members of the same species
Created by: waseityb1