Yes. But as I mentioned, the donor’s heart would have been influenced by his gati (character/habits).
– So, even after the donor is dead, some of his “old habits” could stay with his heart (through DNA).
Now, when that heart is transplanted into the recipient’s body, that heart COULD influence the recipient’s gati.
That is essentially what happens when a baby acquires SOME of the mother’s gati and SOME of the father’s gati since the baby’s DNA is influenced by both.
– However, the influence in the case of heart donors would be WEAKER.