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What is the biochemical pathway that corresponds to duplicate dominant epistasis in genetics. There is a 15:1 ratio of phenotypes, there are two...

What is the biochemical pathway that corresponds to duplicate dominant epistasis in genetics. There is a 15:1 ratio of phenotypes, there are two genes involved: A and B. but what is the biochemical pathway that causes this ratio to form?

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