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HUMAN TRAITS  PHENOTYPES      AND   GENOTYPES
EAR LOBESMay be free or attached.Free (A) is dominant overattached (a).
BENT LITTLE FINGER The end segment of the pinkie finger may be straight (bb) or bent toward your ring finger (B)
HITCH-HIKERS THUMBA STRAIGHT THUMB (T)IS DOMINANT TO ATHUMB WHICH CAN BEBENT AT A 45º ANGLE,HITCH-HIKER (t)
DIMPLESOne or more depressions incheek when smiling is adimple. (D) dimple isdominant to no dimples (d)
FRECKLESFRECKLES ARE DOMINANT(F) TO NO FRECKLES (f)
WIDOW’S PEAKWidow’s peak is dominant(P) over straight or curvedhair lines (p).
TONGUE-ROLLERAbility to roll the tonguelongitudinally is dominant(R) to a non-roller (r)
TONGUE FOLDERA folder (F) is dominant to anon-folder (f). The tongue isextended and the tip is bentbackwards without the a...
MID-DIGITAL HAIRThe presence of hair on themiddle segments of yourfingers (H) is dominant to nohair (h).
PTC TASTERThe ability to tastephenylthiocerbenide (PTC) isdominant (P) to being a non-taster (p).
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Human traits power point

  1. 1. HUMAN TRAITS PHENOTYPES AND GENOTYPES
  2. 2. EAR LOBESMay be free or attached.Free (A) is dominant overattached (a).
  3. 3. BENT LITTLE FINGER The end segment of the pinkie finger may be straight (bb) or bent toward your ring finger (B)
  4. 4. HITCH-HIKERS THUMBA STRAIGHT THUMB (T)IS DOMINANT TO ATHUMB WHICH CAN BEBENT AT A 45º ANGLE,HITCH-HIKER (t)
  5. 5. DIMPLESOne or more depressions incheek when smiling is adimple. (D) dimple isdominant to no dimples (d)
  6. 6. FRECKLESFRECKLES ARE DOMINANT(F) TO NO FRECKLES (f)
  7. 7. WIDOW’S PEAKWidow’s peak is dominant(P) over straight or curvedhair lines (p).
  8. 8. TONGUE-ROLLERAbility to roll the tonguelongitudinally is dominant(R) to a non-roller (r)
  9. 9. TONGUE FOLDERA folder (F) is dominant to anon-folder (f). The tongue isextended and the tip is bentbackwards without the aid ofyour teeth or lips.
  10. 10. MID-DIGITAL HAIRThe presence of hair on themiddle segments of yourfingers (H) is dominant to nohair (h).
  11. 11. PTC TASTERThe ability to tastephenylthiocerbenide (PTC) isdominant (P) to being a non-taster (p).

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