A person can have a gene that can be passed on to another member every generation. I chose this because it explains clearly that it is called Inheritance Patterns.
Generations of parents and grandparents, their genes are passed on to there baby, so there could be this one dominant trait that can be passed every generation. I chose this because it explains how genes are passed on to every baby.
There is a certain gene in either parent that is chosen to be passed on to the child, that gene can be more dominant than the rest and is supposed to show. I chose this because it shows that dominant traits are most likely to show.
We receive half of our genes from our dad and half from our parents and when a mutation happens over and over throughout generations it's going to become decent. I chose this because it describes how a mutation can become decent.