plz give proper description and difference between genotype and phenotypes?

Asked by Kanupriya Bhatia | 4th Nov, 2013, 01:00: PM

Expert Answer:

Genotype: The genetic constitution of an organism is called genotype. It is the description of genes present in an organism. Genotype is always denoted by a pair of letters such as TT, Tt ot tt. Thus, the genotype of a tall plant could be TT ot Tt, while that of a dwarf plant is tt.

Phenotype: Phenotype refers to the observable characteristic or the expressed shown character of an organism. For example, being ‘tall’ or ‘dwarf’ are the phenotypes of a plant because these traits are visible to us. The phenotype of an organism is determined by its genotype. For example, genotype TT or Tt results in a tall phenotype and genotype tt results in a dwarf phenotype.

Genotype: The genetic constitution of an organism is called genotype. It is the description of genes present in an organism. Genotype is always denoted by a pair of letters such as TT, Tt ot tt. Thus, the genotype of a tall plant could be TT ot Tt, while that of a dwarf plant is tt. Phenotype: Phenotype refers to the observable characteristic or the expressed shown character of an organism. For example, being ‘tall’ or ‘dwarf’ are the phenotypes of a plant because these traits are visible to us. The phenotype of an organism is determined by its genotype. For example, genotype TT or Tt results in a tall phenotype and genotype tt results in a dwarf phenotype.

Answered by Sheetal Kolte | 5th Nov, 2013, 11:56: AM

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