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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 blood type in humans; the alleles for type A blood and type B blood are codominant. If a man who is homozygous for type A blood and a woman who is homozygous for type B blood have children, what would you expect to find in the children?

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