Genome;Dominant trait;Phenotype;Chromosomes;Wild type;Trait;Gene;Genomics;Karyotype;Genotype;Proteomics;Recessive trait;A specific characteristic of an organism, which can be determined by genes or the environment or by interaction between them.;The trait expressed when one allele determines the phenotypes, masking the action of another allele.;Identifying the set of proteins in a cell, a field focusing on the proteins that specific cell types produce.;An allele that is associated with phenotypes which is either normal function or the most common expression in a particular environment.;The trait not expressed when another allele determines the phenotypes, masking its expression.;Rodlike structure condensed from chromatin and complexed protein in cells nucleus during mitosis, each parent provides 1 to each pair received by their offspring.;A chart of the chromosomes arrange in 23 size ordered pairs.;The basic physical unit of inheritance: part of a DNA molecule that encodes the information to synthesize protein.;The allele of particular gene in a individual.;The appearance or health condition of the individual that develops as result of the ways the genes are expressed.;The complete set of genetic instruction for an organism.;The study of all of the genetic information in an individual organism, looking at the human body in terms of multiples, interaction genes.
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