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Genetics Jargon Com-Dom Incomplete Dome Enhance Codominance and Multiple Alleles Genetic Hodge Podge
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What is heterozygous?
The term for an organism with two different alleles for a particular trait.
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What is 0%?
The percentage of homozygous offspring when a homozygous dominant parent and homozygous recessive parent have children.
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What is 3?
The number of phenotypes possible when two alleles display incomplete dominance.
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What is codominance?
The type of inheritance being exhibited when the two alleles' phenotypes are displayed in an individual that is heterozygous for the trait.
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What is 100%?
Probability of the offspring displaying the attached earlobe phenotype when two homozygous recessive individuals with attached earlobes have a child.
E = unattached earlobes
e = attached earlobes
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What is a recessive allele?
The allele with a masked expression when an organism is heterozygous for the trait.
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What is 25%?
Percentage of long-haired (hh) guinea pigs in the offspring when two heterozygous (Hh) short-haired guinea pigs mate.
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What is pink flowers?
The phenotype seen if the two alleles for color, red (R) and white (r), in a type of flower are incompletely dominant.
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What is multiple alleles?
The term for having more than two alleles possible for a particular trait.
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What is sex-linked?
The term for a gene that is on the X or the Y chromosome.
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What is phenotype?
The term for the physical, observable characteristic that is a result of the two alleles.
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What are 2 phenotypes?
The number of phenotypes possible when two alleles display complete dominance
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What is 100%?
Probability of having a heterozygous short-tailed cat if a homozygous no-tailed cat (tt) is mated with a homozygous long-tailed cat (TT).
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What is 6?
The total number of genotypes for blood type (has alleles A, B, and O)
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Who is Gregor Mendel?
The man known as the "Father of Modern Genetics"?
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What is homozygous?
The term for an organism with two of the same allele for a particular trait.
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What is 50%?
The probability for having a recessive disorder if you have one parent with it and another parent that is a carrier (heterozygous).
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What is a type of inheritance in which the phenotypes for the two alleles mix or blend together in the heterozygous individuals?
The definition of incomplete dominance.
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What is BW?
The genotype for color of a cat that is white with black spots.
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What is a carrier?
The term for a heterozygous individual that has a recessive allele for a genetic disorder.
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What is codominance?
The type of inheritance being exhibited when the phenotype for both alleles for a trait are observed.
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The Punnett square, genotypes, phenotypes, and percentages of each in the offspring when a brown-haired sasquatch (Bb) mates with a tan-haired sasquatch (bb)
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The Punnett square, genotypes, phenotypes, and percentage of each if a if a red flower (RR) is crossed with a pink flower (Rr).
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The Punnett square, genotypes, phenotypes, and percentages of each when a white-feathered chicken (WW) is crossed with a black-feathered chicken (BB). Assuming codominance and BW chickens are checker-patterned.
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The Punnett square for a DIHYBRID cross between a short, purple-flowered pea plant (hhFf) and a tall, white-flowered pea plant (Hhff)




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