Genetic Variation within a Species

Key Stage 3 Science / Biology

Sample Question

What best describes the difference between phenotype and genotype?

  • Phenotype is the outward expression of the genetic make up while genotype is the description of the genetic combination
  • Phenotype is the description of the genetic combination while genotype is the outward expression of the genetic make up
  • Phenotype is the possible genetic variations that can be passed on to offspring while genotype is the genetic variation in a parent
  • Phenotype is the genetic variation within in a parent whille genotype is the possible genetic variation that can be passed to offspring
  • Phenotype describes the genetic variation within a phylum while genotype describes the genetic variation within a genus

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