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Trait
The phenotypic manifestation of a genotype. A quality or characteristic.
Heredity
the passing on of a physical or mental characteristic genetically from one generation to another.
Purebred
being bred by parents of the same breed and characteristics
Gene
The genetic code that is transferred through generations.
Allele
a distinct form of a gene that codes for a certain trait.
Dominant allele
a trait that is expressed when one allele is present.
Recessive allele
a trait that is expressed when a pair of alleles are present.
Punnett square
a drawing representing that chances of recieving a trait.
Phenotype
outward or physical trait of an organism.
Genetype
it is the type of genetic code and traits that will be passed on.
Homozygous
an individual having two identical alleles of a particular gene or genes and so breeding true for the corresponding characteristic.
Heterozygous
an individual having two different alleles of a particular gene or genes, and so giving rise to varying offspring.
Codominance
only for blood. When a pure A person has babies with a pure B person, their kids become AB.
Chromosomes
a threadlike structure that the DNA is in
DNA
contains all genetic info for all organisms