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16 July, 23:51

When an offspring's trait is identical to the parent and it's siblings, we say that it is a

trait.

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  1. 17 July, 00:18
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    When an offspring's trait is identical to the parent and it's siblings, we say that it is a n inherited trait.

    Explanation:

    Inherited traits are when you get features from your parents which are passed on to your genes.
  2. 17 July, 01:35
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    Inherited characteristic.

    Explanation:

    When the offspring has a characteristic identical to parents and siblings, we call this characteristic inheritable.

    Science explains this from the genes, responsible for encoding instructions that define the baby's traits. Like a lottery, the transmission of physical characteristics will depend on the combination of genes. There are more than 200 genes passed on from generation to generation. In this group, there are dominant, traits that manifest themselves more strongly, and recessive characteristics that do not manifest themselves.

    Thus, it is possible to understand, for example, the predominance of the color of the father's brown eyes, compared to the mother's blue ones. If the brown color gene received from the father is the dominant one, the blue color will be "forgotten". In order to have blue eyes, given that the gene is recessive, it is necessary that not only the father, but the couple have the gene for blue eyes and that at the crossing this gene is captured from both.
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