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having the normal, paired chromosomes of somatic tissue as produced by the doubling of the primary chromosomes of the germ cells at fertilization
genes occupying corresponding loci in homologous chromosomes that affect the same heredity trait but in different ways
1. the cell formed by the union of the two gametes 2. an individual from the time of the fertilization until death
rectal temp: 102.3, gestation length: 150 days, lifespan: 8 years, herding instinct: very strong
mature male pig
mature female cattle
rectal temp: 102.5, gestation length: 114 days, lifespan: 4-10 years, herding instinct: weak to moderate
young female pig
young horse of either sex
the self-replicating genetic structure of cells containing the cellular DNA that bears in its nucleotide sequence the linear array of genes
mature male sheep
corresponding in type of structure and derived from a common primitive origin
mature female horse
the fundamental physical and fuctional unit of heredity
a special type of cell nuclear division that is undergone in the production of gametes. As a result of meiosis, each gamete carries half the number of chromosomes of a typical body
young cattle
a term designating an individual whose genes for a particular trait are alike
mature female pig
castrated male pig
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potential for genetic variation due to independent assortment, gamete selection, etc.
young female horse
the place on a chromosome where a gene is located
mature female sheep
castrated male horse
a term designating an individual that possesses unlike genes for a particular trait
rectal temp: 100, gestation length: 336 days, lifespan: 25 years, herding instinct: weak to moderate
mature male horse
mature male cattle
rectal temp: 101.5, gestation length: 283 days, lifespan: 14 years, herding instinct: strong
young male horse
male and female reproduction cells, the sperm and the egg
young sheep
a process in which a cell divides to produce two daughter cells, each of which contains the same chromosome complement as the mother cell from which they came
castrated male cattle
young female cattle
castrated male sheep
one-half of the diploid number of chromosomes for a given species, as found in the germ cells

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