State 5 importance of Family Traits, Family traits can simply be defined as a genetic likeness that runs through parents genes and spread across to their children. The common specific traits are passed directly from one parent. Genetic disorders are also traits that can be passed from a parent to a child.
Family traits occurs within your genetic line and they be can biological, hereditary or otherwise.Examples of family traits are: looking like others in the family, liking the same foods (even if you didn’t grow up together), having a penchant for certain activities like art or music, how you relate to people (like if your family is known for being super friendly), things like that.
Family Traits passed down to children can be dominant or recessive. A dominant trait is a likeness that comes from a more powerful gene. For example, a female parent with blue eyes might pass a blue-eyed gene down to her child, but if her husband has brown eyes, the child will likely have brown eyes as well, because brown-eyed genes are more dominant than blue-eyed genes. Dimples, curly hair, freckles and normal vision are also dominant traits.
You might think that traits has uses. Family Traits are genetically acquired so as such they don’t have uses they exist. However if you are aware of your family’s history and the traits running through your family you can use that knowledge to your advantage.
An example if your father and grandfather were greedy with money you could decide that that was a bad trait and decide to be more generous. Other traits might include certain genetic diseases such as cancer so you should take exercise and eat healthier foods and sleep regular hours. Also you should take regular health check ups.
Family Traits can cover a lot of different things such as facial features, height and likely weight and health conditions. Learn about your family’s history so you keep the best and not the worst of the Traits.