No, you have noticed their phenotype.
Flaxen means a pale, yellowish color, therefore, flaxen means all shades of blond, golden, etc.
The skin of your dog changes while the weather changes, thats all! you could also see your dogs fur color change, I have a husky, and he got a big black spot on his side, but i also noticed that his fur color was changing to a darker color.
most bugs have both colour vision and shadow sensing eyes
A+ It is probably homozygous for the recessive allele.
phenotype for eye color
25% of the offspring will have the recessive genotype for hair colour.
No it's a phenotype because it says the physical characteristic if it was like Bb for example it would be the genotype. (I just made Bb up, that's not actually the genotype for brown hair color!)
An organism's genotype is its genetic identity. The genotype is comprised of all the genetic material inherited from both parents. The genotype is what "tells" each individual cell how to function. The phenotype is the physical expression of an organism's genotype. For example, if a person's genotype for eye color is one dominant allele for brown and one recessive for blue, then the individual's phenotype would be their actual eye color which in this case would be brown.
Does it matter what someones hair color is? the main point is if someones hot
Yes, and no. It's the expression of a genotype for hair color.
What decides your eye color is your genotype that you get from your parents. if you have blue eyes, you have to have two recessive traits. Yet, any other color has to have a dominant allele to create the color. But, scientists already can tell that if you have blue eyes, your genotype is, 'bb.' Or, two recessive alleles.
A genotype is a group of genes that influence a given trait, whereas a phenotype in this case would be that trait. An example of a sentence using the word "genotype" is "The different genes you inherit from your parents make up the genotype that determines your eye color. "
Phenotype is the physical Characteristic that you can see. The genotype is the genetic information (the genes) that code for the proteins that cause the phenotype. Relatively simple examples include eye, skin and hair color.