Dihybrid meaning

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The definition of a dihybrid is a child of a parents whose characteristic determining genes are unlike each other.

An example of a dihybrid is a child from an Asian mother and European father.

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The offspring of parents that are each homozygous for different alleles of two genetic loci.
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(genetics) An offspring of parents differing from one another in two pairs of alleles.
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The offspring of parents that are each homozygous for different alleles of two genetic loci.
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(genetics) A hybrid that is heterozygous with respect to two independent alleles.
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