A sexual cross in which one follows the inheritance of two pairs of alleles.
A mating in which the parents differ with respect to the alleles of two loci of interest.
A breeding experiment in which parental varieties differing in two traits are mated. dikaryon dy- kah-ree-on) A mycelium of certain septate fungi that possesses two separate haploid nuclei per cell.
mating of individuals heterozygous for two separate inherited traits.
a breeding experiment in which parental varieties that differ in two traits are mated
(DY-HY-brid) A cross between two parental varieties differing in two traits. Example BbSs x Bbss-two traits, Black coat and Spotted coat.
An experimental cross in which the plants used differ in two of their characters.
hybridization using two traits with two alleles each
a cross between individuals that involves two pairs of contrasting traits
a cross involving parents that are both heterozygous for two traits
a mating of dihybrid parents
In genetics, a cross that involves two sets of characteristics. PICTURE
the graphing of two or more traits in a Punnett Square to predict heredity.
a cross of an organism dealing with two characteristics.
A cross between two individuals identically heterozygous at two loci for example, / ¡¤ / ¡Á / ¡¤ /.
Mating individuals that are heterozygous (hybrid) at two loci.
A mating involving pure breeding individuals with respect to alternate forms of each of two characteristics. The offspring from this mating are then mated with each other to examine the mode of inheritance of the two characteristics.
A dihybrid cross is a cross in which two hybrids are mated to test for dominant genes and recessive genes in two separate characteristics, and such a cross has a variety of uses in Mendelian genetics and genetic linkage experiments. The dihybrid genotype is usually created when two different parental individuals that are true breeding (homozygous) for different alleles of two genes are sexually crossed or mated together. Their resulting progeny possesses the "dihybrid" genotype and is heterozygous for alleles of two genes.