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  1. A male reproductive cell or gamete that forms in the reproductive organs of a male and has just a single copy of the genetic material of the parent.
  2. The likelihood or chance that a specific outcome will occur out of a total number of outcomes
  3. Part of the process of sexual reproduction in which a male reproductive cell and a female reproductive cell combine to make a new cell that can develop into a new organism
  4. A term that describes the allele that determines the phenotype of an individual organism when two different copies are present in the genotype
  5. A term that describes an allele that is not expressed when combined with a dominant form of the gene
  6. The passing of genes from parents to offsprin; the genes are expressed in the traits of the offspring

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  1. MeiosisA part of sexual reproduction in which cells divide to form sperm cells in a male and egg cells in a female. This only occurs only in reproductive cells


  2. PhenotypeThe genetic makeup of an organism; all the genes that an organism has


  3. GameteThe basic unit of heredity that consists of a segment of DNA on a chromosome


  4. RatioA comparison between two quantities, often written with a colon, as 3:4


  5. GeneThe basic unit of heredity that consists of a segment of DNA on a chromosome