What are some dominant character traits of Katniss Everdeen?
Alright, although Mrs. Everdeen may have changed, in the Hunger Games, Mrs. Everdeen had the following attributes: Depressed - Her husband died. Helpless - After the death of her husband, she does not help with feeding the family, according to Katniss. Quiet - Does not waste time on 'unnecessary chatter. Dreary - First her husband dies, and the Katniss might die!
Dominant traits will almost always overpower recessive traits. Recessive traits are the underdog and usually lose to the dominant trait. When learning about traits, one will usually see abbreviations called genotypes. to show them such as AA, Aa, and aa. The AA(dominant) and aa(recessive) are homozygous because they have the same type of letters. The Aa is heterozygous because it has one type of gene which is recessive. The capital letters represent dominant traits, while…
Personality wise: She's an independent survivalist who's stubborn and trusts no one not even her own family. Independent, survivalist, stubborn, trusts no one. Look wise: She has black hair, gray eyes, and olive skin, as is common for the people of the Seam. Usually puts her hair in a french/dutch braid down her back. She's very petite. Skinny and short but has the muscle of a grown man.
Mendel accounted for the observation that traits which had disappeared in the F1 generation reappeared in the F2 generation by proposing that?
If you are talking about traits, dominant traits and recessive traits both have alleles. Dominant traits are alleles that cover up the expression of other alleles. One dominant allele with one recessive allele makes a dominant trait. Two dominant alleles together also make a dominant trate. Recessive traits are alleles that are only expressed when there is no dominant trait to cover them up. Two recessive alleles make a recessive trait. Traits can be passed…
Homozygous recessive: is when the genes are both recessive Homozygous dominant: is when the genes are both dominant (traits show) Heterozygous dominant: is when one gene is dominant and one is recessive (traits show) Heterozygous recessive: is the same as heterozygous dominant but the dominant genes are inactive