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And from its father.) In fact, there are many examples.
Like multiple alleles.
Coat color in rabbits is determined by a gene consisting of four
There is a hierarchical dominance between alleles in these alleles:

C> CH> C> C
Any attempt with the C allele (combined with any of the four)
Rabbit albino with dark brown color, & cc. Intrinsic colors are the result of the various allele combinations provided.

Multiple alleles increase the number of possible phenotypes. Mendel’s monohybrid cross has only one pair
alleles (SS) and two possible phenotypes (resulting in
SS or SS and SS).

Four alleles of the rabbit coat color gene
Generates five phenotypes.
dominance is not always complete
In the single-pair allele studied by Mendel, dominance
It ends when one is with diversity. ie, a.

Indicates individual SS phenotype. However many
One of the genes has alleles that are not dominant or recessive
One more thing. Instead, the heterozygotes express an intermediate
Pinotype – at first glance, as predicted by adults
Mixed heredity theory.

 

 

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