Genotypes and Phenotypes-Level 1

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Genotypes and Phenotypes-Level 1. T= True and F- False

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B = Brown and b = blue, Bb would be blue
Bb is an example of a phenotype
B = Brown and b = blue, blue is dominant
If both alleles are the same it is called homozygous
If both alleles are different it is called homozygous
B = Brown and b = blue, BB would be brown
Lowercase letter is always written first
Homozygous is also called hybrid
If both alleles are different it is called heterozygous
B = Brown and b = blue, Brown phenotype always has a homozygous genotype
Bb is an example of a genotype
B = Brown and b = blue, Blue phenotype always has a heterozygous genotype
B = Brown and b = blue, Blue phenotype always has a homozygous genotype
Heterozygous is also called purebred
B = Brown and b = blue, Brown is dominant
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A genotype has 1 allele
Capital letter is always written first
Blue eyes is an example of a phenotype
B = Brown and b = blue, bb would be blue
If both alleles are the same it is called heterozygous
B = Brown and b = blue, Brown phenotype always has a heterozygous genotype
B = Brown and b = blue, bb would be brown
Heterozygous is also called hybrid
B = Brown and b = blue, Bb would be brown
B = Brown and b = blue, blue is reccessive
B = Brown and b = blue, BB would be blue
Blue eyes is an example of a genotype
A genotype has 2 alleles
B = Brown and b = blue, Brown is recessive
Homozygous is also called purebred

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