Suppose a new flower in your garden displays an intermediate colour. For example, you begin to see orange flowers although you originally planted only red and yellow flowers. What pattern of inheritance would you be observing in this situation? Explain your answer.
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Oki this genetic pattern deviates from the mendel's law.
This is called incomplete dominance.
This can be seen in the inheritance of the flower colour of the flower colour of Mirabilis plant.
There dominant homozygous plant produces red flowers
Recessive homozygous plants produce white flowers.
In a cross between those 2 we usually expect red flowers from the F1 generation right?
But in this case the F1 produces pink colour flowers, Therefore it is said that heterozygous forms of these types of plants show an intermediate colour.
Likewise in this case an intermediate colour - orange was formed in the heterozygous condition