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SET #4 101-125
the suppression of a gene by the effect of an unrelated gene
percentage of individuals with a genotype who have an associated phenotype
the degree to which a genotype is expressed in an individual
a single gene determines more than one phenotype for and organism.
An environmentally caused trait that occurs in a familial pattern, mimicking inheritance
A phenotype that can be caused by variants of any of several genes
mitochondria within same cell having different alleles of gene
in genetics, describes two or more genes that tend to be inherited together
a series of alleles on a chromosome that differs from the series of either parent
A genetic map based on the frequencies of recombination between markers during crossing over of homologous chromosomes.
a combination of genes or DNA sequences that are inherited as a single unit
2 unlike chromosomes
2 like chromosomes
Small regions of the X & Y chromosomes where they are homologous which allows the two to pair.
the single set of genes that males acquire from their mother's X chromosome
in female mammals, the inactivation of one X chromosome in each somatic cell
a carrier for a homozygous condition demonstrates clinical manifestations.....can be due to skewed X inactivation in women.....(DMD and hemophilia)
sex limited traits
a characteristic controlled by autosomal genes that is phenotypically exhibited in only one of the two sexes.
sex influenced gene
Trait that is caused by a gene whose expression differs in females.
a phenomenon in which expression of an allele in offspring depends on whether the allele is inherited from the male or female parent
variation in traits caused by genetic and environmental or lifestyle factors
trait controlled by two or more genes
the average chance that a disease will occur in a family based upon experience and observation of a study population not a theory.
the proportion of variation among individuals that we can attribute to genes