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Genetics/Punnett

Genetics, Punnett Square Crosses

DefinitionTerms
Used to predict the ratio or percentage of the possible genes or tratis that an offspring will have based on the genotype of the parents. Punnett square
Type of punnett square that shows the inheritance of a single characteritics. Monohybrid cross
Type of punnet square that shows the inheritance of two characteristics. Dihybrid cross
Also related to heterozygous and has one dominant allele and one recessive allele. Hybrid
Also related to homozygous and has two dominant alleles or two recessive alleles. Purebred
Condition in which the dominant allele does not completely mask "hide" the recessive allele. Incomplete dominance
Condition in which there is more than one dominant allele Codominance
Altered "change' in the genes of an organism that can harm, benefit, or have no effect on an organism that occur radomly or by environmental exposures Mutation
Human body sex cells which include sperm and egg. Gametes
Human body cells that does not include the sex cells. Somatic
The manipulation of an organism's genes or genome. Genetic engineering
A list of instructions on how to make a human or any other organism. Genome
Type of genetic engineering is which humans breed or reinforce desired traits into a particular organism. Selective breeding
Genes that are added or manipulated directly into the genome of an organism to make it grow faster and bigger or become more resistant to diseases. Modified genes
Internationa research effort to determine the sequence of the human genome. Human genome project
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