Homozygous

Genes of a specific pair (alleles) are alike in an individual.
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Homozygous

When both alleles of a gene pair (locus) are the same, they are known as homozygous.
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Homozygous

Of a cell or organism having both genes of a pair dominant or recessive an organism may be homozygous for one, several or all genes.
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homozygous

(Variation and inheritance) having the same alleles for a particular characteristic
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homozygous

[adj] - (genetics) having identical alleles at corresponding chromosomal loci
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Homozygous

Homozygous: Possessing two identical forms of a particular gene, one inherited from each parent.
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homozygous

Containing two copies of the same allele. ... Compare: heterozygous ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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homozygous

adjective having identical alleles at corresponding chromosomal loci; `these two fruit flies are homozygous for red eye color`
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homozygous

homozygote, homozygous Possessing a pair of identical alleles at a given locus.
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Homozygous

See: homozygote
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homozygous

Possessing two identical forms of a particular gene, one inherited from each parent. Compare with heterozygous.
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homozygous

Type: Term Pronunciation: hō′mō-zī′gŭs Definitions: 1. Having identical alleles at one or more loci.
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homozygous

In a living organism, having two identical alleles for a given trait. Individuals homozygous for a trait always breed true; that is, they produce offspring that resemble them in appearance when bred with a genetically similar individual; inbred varieties or species are homozygous for almost all traits. Recessive alleles are only expressed i...
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Homozygous

having two identical alleles for a particular gene in a gene pair (both genes are the same). The genes may be two wild type alleles, two identical dominant alleles, two identical codominant alleles, or two identical recessive alleles. For instance, an albino ball python has two albino genes, making it homozygous for albino. A super tiger reticula
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Homozygous

Both alleles for a trait are the same in an individual. They can be homozygous dominant (AA), or homozygous recessive (aa).
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HOMOZYGOUS

Having inherited the same allele for a particular trait from both parents.
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Homozygous

Having two of the same alleles of a particular gene.
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homozygous

Having identical alleles for a given gene.
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Homozygous

See: homozygote
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Homozygous

Genetic profile in which the two genes that form a gene pair are identical.
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Homozygous

means an identical pair of genes. If a dog has a set of homozygous genes then it will breed pure for a certain characteristic. A pair of homozygous genes may be either dominant or recessive.
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Homozygous

Having identical alleles for a given gene.
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Homozygous

Having two identical alleles at a locus, at most loci, or in the entire species. (See heterozygous.)
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Homozygous

Having two like alleles of a particular gene; homozygous dominant when the allele is dominant and homozygous recessive when the allele is recessive.
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