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Genes, or genotype, determine physical characteristics, or phenotype. Each gene has two alleles which interact to determine the phenotype.

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    Genetics for Kids: Why we look like our parents

    Genetics for Kids: Why we look like our parents

    by Vincent Onorato //basic
    This real world application is special because when students reach biology they will have a background of genetics, so they will not be completely lost.
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