1 “Genotype ” is an organism’s full hereditary information.”
 The Phenotype is the composite of an organism’s observable characteristics or traits, such as its morphology, development, biochemical or physiological properties, phenology, behavior, and products of behavior. Phenotypes result from the expression of an organism’s genes as well as the influence of environmental factors and the interactions between the two. Phenotype “is an organism’s current Observed properties, such as morphology, development, or behavior. This distinction is fundamental in the study of inheritance of traits and their evolution.
 The key points where the theory of Karma in Jainism differs from the other religions such as theistic traditions of Hinduism. Jainism advocates that a soul’s karma changes even with the thoughts, and not just the actions. Thus, to even think evil of someone would endure a karma-bandha or an increment in bad karma. For this reason, the Ratnatraya gives a very strong emphasis to samyak dhyan (rationality in thoughts) and “samyak darshan” (rationality in perception) and not just “samyak charitra” (rationality in conduct).
 Another meaning of Karma as per Bhagwad Geeta is the action prescribed by Bhagwan Shri Krishna. All human beings have Aatma (soul) inside their heart. This Aatma is part of the Paramaatma (The Complete Supreme Reality or Divinity). The goal of the Human being is to unite the Aatma (soul) with the Paramaatma (The Complete Supreme Reality or Divinity). The unification of Aatma with Paramaatma happens inside one’s heart that is one experiences, understands the true nature of Paramaatma and become one with it inside ones heart and not in the outside world.
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