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## What is the probability of the phenotypes?

Probability is the chance that an event will occur expressed as a fraction or percentage. In the case of a monohybrid cross, 3:1 ratio means that there is a **34 (0.75) chance** of the dominant phenotype with a 14 (0.25) chance of a recessive phenotype. A single die has a 1 in 6 chance of being a specific value.

## What is the formula of phenotype?

Definitions: phenotype is the constellation of observable traits; genotype is the genetic endowment of the individual. **Phenotype = genotype + development (in a given environment)**. To consider these in the context of evolutionary biology, we want to know how these two are related.

## What is example of phenotype?

The term “phenotype” refers to the observable physical properties of an organism; these include the organism’s appearance, development, and behavior. … Examples of phenotypes include **height, wing length, and hair color**.

## What is genotype and phenotype probability?

Patterns of genetic inheritance obey the laws of probability. In a monohybrid cross, where the allele ^{*}s present in both parents are known, each genotype ^{*} shown in a Punnett Square ^{*} is equally likely to occur.

## What is the formula of probability?

In general, the probability is the ratio of the number of favorable outcomes to the total outcomes in that sample space. It is expressed as, Probability of an **event P(E) = (Number of favorable outcomes) ÷ (Sample space)**.