1.Heredity: The passing of character from parents to offspring is called heredity
2. Genetics: The branch of biology that focuses on genetics
3. Monohybrid Cross: Across that involves one pair of contrasting traits
4. True-breeding: all offspring would display only one form of the character
5. P generation: the 1st two individuals that are crossed in abreeding experiment
6. F1 generation: The offspring of the P generation
7. F2 generation: The offspring of the F1 generation
8. Alleles: The different versions of a gene
9. dominant: Theexpressed form of the character
10. recessive: The trait that is not expressed when dominant is present
11.homozygous: If two allels of a particular gene are in a cell its homozygous
12.heterozygous: When an individual has two different genes
13. genotype: The set of alleles that an individual has for a character is called its
14. phenotype: The physical appearance of a character
15.Law of Segregation: States that the two alleles for a character segregate when gametes are formed.
16. Law of Independent Assortment: states that the alleles of different genes separateindependently of one antoher during gamete formation.
17.Punnett square: a diagram that predicts the outcome of a genetic cross by considering all possible combiantions of the cross
18. test cross: a crossto see wheter a domint individual is heterozygous or homozygous
19. Probability: the likelihood that a specific event will occur
20. pedigree: a familty hisotry that shows how a trait isinherited over several generations.
21. sex-linked gene's: genes located on the X or Y chromosomes
22.polygenic inheritance: When several genes influence a character
23. incomplete dominance: whenan individual displays a phenotype that is intermediate between the two parents
24.multiple alleles: Genes with three or more alleles are said to have
25. codominance: a phenomenon in which...