Complete_Dominance,_Incomplete_Dominance,_and_Codominance

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Complete Dominance, Incomplete Dominance, and Codominance, Epistasis oh my. .. CP Bio.
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Complete Dominance Complete Dominance- One trait is completely dominant over another (like we have been talking about with one dominant trait BUT! There are two other kinds of dominance:
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Incomplete Dominance Occurs when two or more alleles for a trait influence the phenotype A cross of two incompletely dominant traits yields a phenotypic ratio of 1:2:1 For example
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Codominance A situation by which both alleles for a trait
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Unformatted text preview: are expressed in a heterozygous offspring. Neither allele is dominant or recessive nor do the alleles blend in the phenotype. For example X P: G: W W x B B Predict the phenotype and genotype of the F1 generation The phenotype is a black and white cow The genotype would be BW Epistasis Suppression of the effect of a gene by a nonallelic gene Explains hair and skin color in mammals BBEE, BbEe, BbEE bbee bbEE or bbEe...
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This note was uploaded on 10/12/2011 for the course BIO 101 taught by Professor Martin during the Spring '08 term at Rutgers.

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