Allele — alternative forms of a gene for each variation of a trait of an organism;
Crossing over — exchange of genetic material between non-sister chromatids ...
each plant has two different alleles, it can produce two different types of gametes.
2) One of two or more different forms of a gene. ... protein that carries the genetic
information of an organism. covalent bond (single): A ... 2) Carrying two different
alleles. ... has the genotype rr). homozygous: Having identical alleles for a trait.
A diploid organism can either have two copies of the same allele or one copy
each of ... Individuals who receive different alleles from each parent are said to
be heterozygous at that locus. The alleles an individual has at a locus is called a
genotype. ... In more complicated cases, multiple genes can influence individual
An organism that has two different alleles for a trait; an organism that is ... A
selective breeding method in which two genetically different individuals are
dominant. trait that will show up in an organism's phenotype if gene is present. ...
heterozygous. has two different alleles for a particular trait; hybrid, ex. Pp.
Not sex-linked. co-dominant alleles: Two different alleles at a locus are
responsible ... genotype: The genetic constitution of an organism with respect to a
trait. ... When the heterozygote has a different, intermediate phenotype compared
to the ...
An organism that has two different alleles for a trait; or is heterozygous for a
particular trait ... A genetic occurrence when an organism has only 1 allele for a
fission, in which one cell divides to form two identical cells. Most single- .... 25
hybrid. An organism that has two different alleles for a trait; an organism that is.
allele any of two or more alternate forms of a gene that an organism may have for
a particular trait ... cell or organism that has two different alleles for a particular.
_____, genetics, 2)refers to an individual with two different alleles for a trait ...
_____, heterozygous, 9)characteristic of an organism that is influenced by