which is a non-Mendelian trait?
A) a trait controlled by many genes.
B) a trait with two alleles
C) a trait controlled by one gene
C) a trait with a clearly dominant form
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You'll notice you're in the mathematics section
Why don't you move it to the correct section, you'll get more help :)
k thanx but ive been asking in there and nobody has replied to me so basically its dead
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Sorry I'm not sure :/
Why don't you tag some other users?
I can try
its okay @horsegirl27
can u try and help me with this one @Jadeishere
Your question: which is a non-Mendelian trait?
How I got the answer:
Because the non-Mendelian trait are
1. A trait with no clearly dominant allele.
2. A trait with four alleles
3. A trait controlled by many genes
Therefore D is the only answer left.
thanx for trying but the answer was a @vbroberson but thanx anyway!!!