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L.3.2 Inheritance and Variations of Traits
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To mix together
passed from parent to offspring
The child or offshoot from a parent.
A single characteristic of a living thing
Differences among objects or organisms
When one or more organisms bring new organisms of the same type into existence
Of the body
Where offspring inherit traits and characteristics from
A group of organisms that are similar to one another and can combine to produce more of their kind
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