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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Punnett_square

The Punnett square is a diagram that is used to predict an outcome of a particular cross or ... "Mono" means "one"; this cross indicates that the examination of a single trait. ... The Punnett square works, however, only if the genes are independent of each other, which means that having a particular allele of gene "A " does not ...

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A cross involving only one trait is a cross? A cross involving ... A cross that involves one pair of contrasting traits? ... What is a cross called that involves one trait?

www.biology.arizona.edu/vocabulary/mendelian_genetics/mendelian_genetics.html

One gene masks the expression of a different gene for a different trait. ... Cross involving parents differing in only one trait. mutation: Change in the DNA ...

www.shmoop.com/genetics/terms.html

A genetic cross where an offspring is crossed with one of the parental strains, often the ... A trait that can only assume discrete values or forms, like black or white. ... In genetic experiments involving crosses, the filial generation 1 (F1), ...

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Crosses Involving Two Or More Genes: The Dihybrid Cross ... This was a monohybrid cross, because the parents differed from each other in only one trait – their ...

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_____, codominance, 15)displaying only one form of a particular trait in offspring. _____, multiple alleles, 16)cross involving one pair of contrasting traits.

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Mendel performed seven monohybrid crosses involving contrasting traits for each ... To demonstrate a monohybrid cross, ... In this case, only one genotype is possible.

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Sexual reproduction in humans involves 2 gametes; one male gamete, the sperm , ... The only way the recessive gene will be expressed is if he has 2 recessive ..... one trait at a time, we get "the usual" 3:1 ratio of a single hybrid cross (like we ...

www.csun.edu/~cmalone/pdf360/Ch02-2%20dihybrid.pdf

3:1 ratio. • Combined, the overall ratio is. 9:3:3:1. A Punnett square of dihybrid cross ... traits, only one form of the trait will appear in the next generation. Offspring ...