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Dominant trait is the trait that appears in your phenotype while a recessive trait is a trait that you still carry in your genes but may not be observable in your phenotype. Example: A father with blue eyes and a mother with brown eyes. If their child has brown eyes, the mother has dominant genes while your father has recessive genes. Note: A recessive trait can be observable in your phenotype if it is paired with another recessive trait.