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Two alleles for a certain trait are passed to an individual. what terms refers to the trait that will show up in the individual?
It is called "carrier".
Genotype. The physical expression (the person realized from the genotype) is called the phenotype.
Mendel used the term hybrid when referring to a trait with two unlike alleles.
alleles. Specificity in the name of each allele can only be given if the trait is designated. For example, in horses, the allele E is the dominant allele at the extension si…te The allele e is the recessive allele at the extension site. The E represents "not red" and the e represents "red". (Some would use the termnology black and red). Genotype
Homozygous is the term used to describe an individual that has two of the same alleles. This term can be used for either dominant or recessive (both BB and bb are homozygous).… Therefore you would probably call them a homozygous dominant individual.
The complete expression of both alleles (i.e. for example, a black and white cow), is known as co-dominance, when each allele is equally dominant over the other. However, both… alleles may be expressed in the form of an intermediate as well (i.e. white and red alleles forming a pink intermediate for flower petals), known as incomplete dominance, when neither allele is completely dominant over the other.
I think it's genotype...
It depends on the trait. Some traits are controlled by several alleles. Some traits are simply one of many controlled by a single allele. It also depends and how you correlate… the trait with the allele. Sometimes a completely unrelated allele can "turn on" or "turn off" other sets of alleles. This means that the number of alleles associated with a particular trait can ultimately be indeterminable by our current observational methods.