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Genetic Probablility and Punnett Squares
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Genetic Probablility and Punnett Squares

Author: Aaron Mullally
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This lesson will demonstrate how to use a punnett square to determine the genetic probability of a child inheriting a trait from the parents.

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Terms to Know
Genetic Trait

A characteristic of an organism such as eye color, skin color, hair color, gender, body type, etc.

Genotype

The genes inherited by an organism which represent a trait.

Independent Assortment

A law that states traits are inherited independently of one another; the inheritance of one trait does not influence the inheritance of another trait.

Phenotype

The physical manifestation of the expression of an organism's genes.

Probability

A measure of the chance of an outcome.

Punnett Square

A tool used to determine the probability of offspring inheriting a trait based on the genotypes of both parents.