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Genetics and cells


What is a disease? A abnormal condition that interferes with life processes.
What is infectious? When a disease can be passed from one person to another.
What is a cell? The smallest unit of life process.
What is non-infectious? When a disease can't be passed from one person to another.
This is proof that something happened. Evidence
This is the control center of the cell. nucleus
This variable is kept the same when doing an experiment. Control
What is classification? It is a way to arrange different organisms.
This is used to represent something that is too big, too expensive, too dangerous, or too small to see and observe directly. Model
What is a protist? An organism that lives in a warm, moist environment. Can be plant like, animal like or fungus like.
The study of how traits are inherited or passed down. Genetics
The DNA that contains instructions for making specific characteristics. Gene
This is a feature that makes a person different. Trait
This is passed down from parent to child. Inherited
This trait is covers another form of the trait. The dominant trait will always show. Dominant
This trait is covered by another form of the trait. This will only show up if the dominant trait is not present. Recessive
This is the genetic code for a trait. Example: RR, Rr, rr Genotype
This is the physical trait that is shown. Example: brown hair, blue eyes, tall, short, etc. Phenotype
Created by: areinisch