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Rare X-linked recessive
Vertical transmission in animals does happen. It means a disease, condition or trait is transmitted from one generation to the next. This might be genetic or by contact, e.g. infection passing through the placenta.
The trait that covers the other trait is the dominant trait. The trait that is "covered up" is the recessive trait.
A trait that masks another trait is called dominant, or a dominant trait.
A recessive trait is a trait
Cardinal trait Central trait Secondary trait.
A suppressive trait...
The trait that is hidden is recessive trait.
The dominant trait masks the recessive trait.
The trait that doesn't express is a recessive trait. A dominant and a recessive trait together will express the dominant trait.
Certain behavioral traits can. For instance, one can inherit a trait such as risk aversion which may not be expressed in the immediate environment as a behavior, or this trait may be consciously modified into less risky behavior. Still, the trait has been show to be heritable and the evidence supports genetic transmission.