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Science April 2019

Across
What you can see; observable traits or physical features (brown hair, green eyes)
Both of the alleles in a heterozygous individual contribute to the phenotype: a cow with white and brown hairs/ spots (co means to share)
A feature that has different forms in a population
Eye color, hair color, height...
The passing of genetic material from parents to offspring
Each allele in a hetero (Hh or bB) individual influences the phenotype (blue + yellow = green); Blends the two
1 trait is completely dominant over the other Bb
Same, whether recessive or dominant; BB or bb
The mathematical chance of a specific outcome in relations to the total number of possible outcomes
Biological relationships between an organism and its ancestors as depicted in a diagram
Codes for a trait ; segments of found in chromosomes that give instructions for producing a certain characteristic; INSTRUCTIONS; UNITS OF INHERITANCE
Down
A genetic disorder caused by or linked to the genes located in the sex chromosome
Strongest contributor - allele contributes to the phenotype if one or two copies are present in the genotype
All possible outcomes; a graphic used to predict the possible genotypes of offspring in a given genetic cross
Probability can be expressed in the form of a ration - an expression that compares quantities
Different - An organism that has one dominant and one recessive allele Bb or RB
Lesser; Less influential; Allele contributes ONLY when 2 copies of it are present
A ration that compares a number to 100 - states the number of times an outcome might occur out of 100 times
Gives - person or organism that has inherited a recessive allele for a genetic trait or mutation but usually doesn't display that trait or show symptoms of the disease
Combination of alleles that you inherit from your parents Bb, BB, bb...
Different versions of a gene (Blue, Brown, Red)