Glossary - Simply-inherited trait

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Simply-inherited trait

Term Definition
Simply-inherited trait
A genetic trait that is controlled by one or just a few genes. An example would be coat color or horned/polled. These tend to be easily selected for and you can use a Punnett Square to predict mating outcomes (frequency of the traits in the next generation).

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