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Q: A person's genotype can be best described as
A: The above answer is more or less correct. Genotype is what is there, though this would be in terms of genes not whole chromosomes. And phenotype is what is expressed. [ Also the eye color example is a good one though don't forget that this is determined by more than just two alleles of one gene, so it's a little simplistic but still a useful example. Genotype not being the same as Phenotype can
get a little sticky once you get into codominance or genetic masking. More simply put, take the example of a heterozygote. The subject would have a dominant allele and a recessive one for a gene. Let's say for plant height, the genotype would be Aa but the plant would be tall just like a homozygous dominant plant would be. ]
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