A family trait is a genetic likeness that is passed through parents' genes to their children. Most specific traits are passed directly from one parent. Genetic disorders are also traits that can be passed from a parent t... More »

Learning to ride a bike and using a fork are examples of learned traits. Avoiding bitter food is also an example of a learned trait. More »

Polygenic traits are those traits that are controlled by more than one gene. Such traits may even be controlled by genes located on entirely different chromosomes. Human height, eye and hair color are examples of polygen... More »

A person's immediate family includes his parents, spouse, children, siblings, grandparents and grandchildren. Immediate family is not restricted to biological relation; therefore, adopted, half and step members of the fa... More »

Immediate family includes an individual's parents and stepparents, siblings, spouse, natural children, adopted children, foster children and stepchildren. Also included are the individual's spouse's parents and siblings,... More »

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The definition of immediate family includes parents, step-parents, spouses, children, step-children, siblings, in-laws, sibling in-laws, grandparents, great-grandparents, step-great-grandparents, aunts, uncles, nieces, n... More »

Begin your search for your family genealogy by writing down your own name, birth date and birthplace; the same for your parents; your spouse and marriage date; and your children's names and dates of birth. Ask relatives ... More »