1. imcomplete dominace: when one trait is not completely dominant over another.These trends do not blend together,but each allele has its own degree of influence.
2. one gene, many traits: sometimes one gene influences more than one trait.
3. many genes, one trait: some traits, such as the color of your skin, hair, and eyes are the result of several genes acting together.
1.incomplete dominance 2. partial dominance 3.multiple alleles
Blue, green, yellow, orange, purple, peach, stawberry
Two alleles for a trait separate during meiosis
Doron Mendels was born in 1944.
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for every three plants with purple flowers, there is one white flower
Precipitation Wind Condensation
They are observations, experimentation, modeling.
The vast majority of US copyright law consists of exceptions to the exclusive rights. Three examples might be fair use, reproduction by libraries, and first sale.
Gregor Mendels goal was to figure genetics
Mendels law of segregation states that alleles in the pair separate when gametes are formed.
Joseph Mendels has written: 'Concepts of depression' -- subject(s): Affective disorders
1. A low power lens for simple observations. 2. A medium power lens for closer observations. 3. A high power lens for descriptive observations.
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the law of independent assorment
Mendel discovered three laws of heredity: the law of dominance, the law of segregation, and the law of independent assortment.
He was a professor.
Microscopes.thermometers and barometers.
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eukaryote, heterotroph, and reproduce with spores. there can be exceptions.
operational observationsquantitative observationsmanipulated observationsqualitative observations
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do research. make observations. and run experiments