An example of a polymorphic trait?

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What term describes a population that has more than one phenotype for a particular trait?


What is a polymorphic character?

" many bodies " traits. The three alleles for blood type is an example of this. Height/size is another example of this and many other variations in animal physiology are examples of this. Discrete traits, everybody has a heart, are in contrast to this, but even in discrete traits there are variations.

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What is the type of trait that has many phenotypes?

The trait that describes the collected results of phenotypic expression of Genes - the karyotype describes the physical form of the {finally composed} shape of the organism. Added: A polymorphic trait. Could be the result of polygenic genetic composition, or anything in the environment, such as temporal or physical separations in the same population of organisms.

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What is an example of a trait that is controlled by more than one trait?

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Charateristics is a trait for example a mean trait

Do alleles have to be the same trait for example Tt or can they have two traits combined for example Tb?

Alleles are the same trait

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A discontinuous trait is the opposite of a continuous trait. They are "either/or" traits that do not have any range. An example would be the sex of an offspring, whereas an example of a continuous trait would be haircolor, where many options are available.