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Many human traits are inherited by genes that have more than two alleles. A gene that has three or more alleles is said to have A. multiple alleles. B. multiple traits. C. recessive traits. D. dominant traits.

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  1. XxKABOOMxX
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    C

  2. edancer98
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    A. Multiple alleles because Multiple alleles means that there are three or more forms of a gene for a trait.

  3. edancer98
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    pretty sure it's b though

  4. XxKABOOMxX
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    my bad i meant b

  5. edancer98
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    kk

  6. edancer98
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    thanks for da medal can kaboom have one too?

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    i gave u the metal

  8. edancer98
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    ohhhhh thankyou!

  9. edancer98
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    tadah!!!

  10. XxKABOOMxX
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    no prob

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    thanks

  12. edancer98
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    yup :P

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