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Changes in Genetics


Asexual reproduction genetic material is donated from only one parent; offspring are identical to the parent and each other (uniform)
Chromosome made of DNA located in the nucleus; contains genetic information needed to carry out cell functions and make new cells
DNA located in the nucleus; determines the genetic traits of an organism (deoxyribonucleic acid)
Gene segment of DNA found on a chromosome; determines the inheritance of a particular trait
Heredity the passage of genetic instructions from one generation to the next
Sexual reproduction genetic material is donated from two parents; offspring differ from each parent and each other (diverse)
Traits behavioral characteristics or physical attributes of an organism that are expressed by genes and/or influenced by the environment
Created by: PerkyPerk