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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. A sperm or egg cell, containing half the usual number of chromosomes of an organism ( one chromosome from each pair), which is found only in the reproductive organs of a plant or animal
  3. The likelihood or chance that a specific outcome will occur out of a total number of outcomes
  4. The genetic makeup of an organism; all the genes that an organism has
  5. The basic unit of heredity that consists of a segment of DNA on a chromosome
  6. A type of reproduction in which male and female reproductive cells combine to form offspring with genetic material from both cells

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  1. PercentageA term that describes an allele that is not expressed when combined with a dominant form of the gene

          

  2. Punnet SquareA chart used to show all the ways genes from two parents can combine to form offspring with genetic material from both cells

          

  3. DominantA 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

          

  4. EggA female reproductive cell or gamete that forms in the reproductive organs of a female and has just a single copy of the genetic material of the parent

          

  5. RatioA sperm or egg cell, containing half the usual number of chromosomes of an organism ( one chromosome from each pair), which is found only in the reproductive organs of a plant or animal