Whats the difference between genotype and gamete?
Consider the following explanation:
Genotype is the genetic complement of a phenotype (phenotype is actually the form of appearance of a trait).
For example, consider a trait for seed shape in pea plants.
Seed shape can either bamete#nd or Wrinkled.
Now, Round/Wrinkled is the phenotype and
You may also define genotype as a set of alleles. (Where, R and r are the alleles of a gene pair)
Now if we talk about a
A human gamete has 23 chromosomes since it is haploid.