What is the difference between a phenotype and a phenotype ratio? Give an example.
The genotype is the genetic make up for a certain trait. A genotype can be heterozygous, meaning there are two different alleles making it up. Or, a genotype can be homozygous, meaning the same allele makes up the genotype. The genotype is important to determining something's phenotype.
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A phenotype is the appearance of a trait, like if a flower is white or purple.
A phenotype ratio is the number of offspring with a certain phenotype...
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What is a Phenotype? Learn the phenotype definition, what phenotype means in genetics, and some common phenotype examples in humans and other organisms.