anonymous
  • anonymous
What do geneticists call alleles that are both expressed in the phenotype when they are together?
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Brandon_Gonzalez115
  • Brandon_Gonzalez115
answer choices please
anonymous
  • anonymous
A. hybrids B. codominance C. heterozygous D. incomplete dominance
Brandon_Gonzalez115
  • Brandon_Gonzalez115
codominance = both phenotypes expressed (like a patchy cow) incomplete dominance = blending of phenotypes e.g. red and white parents make pink offspring. http://inquus.org/updates/541c5301e4b0b0b81463e86c

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anonymous
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Thank you!
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