What is the phenotype of an individual…

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  1. Tnhoangtd

    Tnhoangtd New Member

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    What is the phenotype of an individual heterozygous for both traits?
     
  2. Dsadsada

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    A phenotype would be the actual characteristic. The genotype would be the letter representation. For example, say you have one gene for blue eyes and one gene for brown eyes. That would mean you were heterozygous. The genotype would be Bb. The phenotype in this example would be brown eyes since that is the dominant trait. I hope that helps.
     

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