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When traits are passed on from one generation to the next is known as what Heredity
A trait that has three possible outcomes has more _________ than a trait that has only two outcomes. Variations
A person who is born with two arms loses one of them in an accident, will they pass on this new, one arm trait to their children. No
Where do children get the dna that they inherit Their parents'dominant or recessive traits
The _______ is the male part of the flower that contains _____, known as the male sex cell Anther, pollen
The ______ is the female part of the flower that contains the _____, known as the female sex cell Ovary, ovules
Are there traits that are connected and work together like smell and taste Yes
A monk who discovered the passing on of traits from one generation to the next in pea plants Gregor Mendel
A pedigree A diagram showing traits being passed down from generation to generation
Dominant trait The gene that is stronger
Recessive trait The gene that is weaker
Since humans share the same traits There are variations in some of the traits that they share
Some people only have __________? Only 2 variations
What cells are made of Molecules
DNA is It is physical because it's a molecule
P Parent generation
F1 First filial generation
F2 2nd filial generation
Species A group of individuals
Genetics The study of how heredity takes place in different species
The top part of the pistil The stigma
The process of plant reproduction 1. Pollination 2. Fertilization 3. Germination
Where our genetic instructions for traits are found The brain, the blood, and the cells
The order from largest to smallest Cell, nucleus, chromosomes, genes, dna
A karyotype A diagram showing each chromosome pair
A inherited blood disorder causing irregularly shaped blood cells Sickle Cell Anemia
By a child iheriting both recessive traits A child can have a trait neither of the parents have
Mitosis The process that makes 2 new body cells
Meiosis The process that makes 4 new sex cells
Stomatic Cell A scientific word for body cell
Gamete A scientific word for sex cell
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