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Dihybird, co-dominant, incomplete dominant, etc.

Phenotype Physical characteristics.
Genotype Genetic make-up or actual gene readings.
Heredity Characteristics we inherit from our parents.
Dominant An allele whose form of a trait always shows up if the dominant allele is present.
Recessive Allele whose trait only shows up if the dominant is not present.
Monohybrid Cross Crossing one trait.
Dihybrid Cross Crossing two traits.
Complete Dominance A kind of dominance wherein the dominant allele completely masks the effect of the recessive allele in heterozygous condition.
Incomplete Dominance (Neither is dominant). The phenotype of a heterozygote is a blend of the two homozygotes.
Codominance Both alleles are equally expressed in the heterozygote.
Sex-linked Traits Traits that are carried on sex chromosomes.
Heterozygous An organism with two different alleles for a trait.
Homozygous An organism with two identical alleles.
Law of Segregation Sperm or egg only give one alelle towards the offspring.
Allele Different expressions of a trait; specifics.
Gene Section of DNA that codes for a trait.
Law of Independent Assortment Each pair of alleles separate independently of the other.
Pedigree Shows a pattern of inheritance in a family for a specific trait (phenotype).
Punnett Square Diagram that shows the possible genetic combinations for offspring.
Created by: UtauxIkuto



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