Each pea plant has a gene that determines seed…

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  1. Primous

    Primous New Member

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    Each pea plant has a gene that determines seed color. One version of the gene is for green seed color, and the other version of the gene is for yellow seed color. Which of these choices is another word for the two versions of the gene for seed color? Question 1 options: A) phenotype B) genotype C) allele D) trait
     
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    A phenotype is a physical trait; yellow, green, long, shortA genotype is the letters that stand for the traits; AaBb, AAbbAn allele is the letters; AA, bb, Aa, Bband a trait is a characteristic you want to describe. The answer would be A) phenotype
     

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