Codominance is a form of inheritance in which two different alleles for a gene are both expressed, and neither allele is dominant over the other. One example of codominance is feather color in erminette chickens; the alleles for black feathers and white feathers are codominant. If a homozygous white chicken and a homozygous black chicken mate, what would you expect to find in their offspring?
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A) They will all have black feathers.
B) They will all have white feathers.
C) They will have a mixture of white feathers and black feathers.
D) They will have feathers that will all be gray.
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i think A but not sure
if both alelle i codominant then it cant be say but acc. to option i m just answering dat it hould be C or D
Since neither feather color is dominant over the other, the answer can't be choices A or B. Choice D would be incomplete dominance, which is a blending inheritance, so thats not the answer. In choice C, both traits are expressed simultaneously without blending, so that is the answer.