one form of a gene
A bundle of dna that has many different genes.
When both alleles of a gene show up as a trait.
The trait or allele that always shows up over a recessive allele.
The trait or allele that will not show up in the presence of a dominant allele.
A segment of a chromosome that codes for one specific trait. Usually made of two alleles.
The study of heredity
The genetic makeup of an organism.
An organisms set of traits.
The process of traits being passed from parents to offspring.
When two alleles for a gene are different.
When two alleles for a gene are identical.
An organism that has a mixture of traits.
When a trait for a dominant allele blends with the traits for a recessive allele.
The process of creating four sex cells with half the number of chromosomes as the original.
The process of making an exact copy of a cell.
When a gene becomes changed.
The likeliness of something happening.
A chart used to calculate the probability of offspring getting certain traits.
When an organism has genes with all of the same alleles. All genes are homozygous.
When you control what traits an organism has by selecting to breed parents with desired traits.
A physical feature of an organism such as hair color.
Reproduction involving only one parnt
Reproduction involving more than one parent
Changing an organisms genes in order to control it's traits
new organisms produced by a living thing