The Expression of Both Alleles for a Trait in a Heterozygous Individual Illustrates?

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The expression of both alleles for a trait in a heterozygous individual illustrates co-dominance. Co-dominance is when a gene has more than one dominant trait. In genetics, a heterozygous gene is represented by one capital letter and one small letter.
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