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Dominance (genetics) - Wikipedia

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If the alleles have different effects on the phenotype, sometimes their dominance interactions with each other can be described ...

What are dominant and recessive alleles? | Facts | yourgenome.org

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Jan 25, 2016 ... Dominant alleles show their effect even if the individual only has one copy of the allele (also known as being heterozygous<sup>?</sup>). For example, the ...

Dominant allele - definition of dominant allele by The Free Dictionary

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Noun, 1. dominant allele - an allele that produces the same phenotype whether its paired allele is identical or different. dominant · allele, allelomorph - (genetics)  ...

dominant allele - Dictionary Definition : Vocabulary.com

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an allele that produces the same phenotype whether its paired allele is identical or different.

What are Dominant and Recessive? - Genetics - University of Utah

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A dominant allele produces a dominant phenotype in individuals who have one copy of the allele, which can come from just one parent. For a recessive allele to  ...

dominant allele definition

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Jul 26, 2004 ... An allele that expresses its phenotypic effect even when heterozygous with a recessive allele; thus if A is dominant over a, then AA and Aa ...

BBC - GCSE Bitesize: Recessive and dominant alleles

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A dominant allele always shows, even if the individual only has one copy of the allele. For example, the allele for brown eyes is dominant. You only need one ...

Dominant Inheritance - Genetics Generation

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Dominant Inheritance. When a trait is dominant, only one allele is required for the trait to be observed. A dominant allele will mask a recessive allele, if present.

What is a dominant allele? | Reference.com

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Dominant alleles are inherited genetic instructions that hide the presence of contrasting instructions. The dominance of these instructions is observable in the  ...

Dominant vs Recessive - Difference and Comparison | Diffen

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Other alleles are recessive and are much less likely to be expressed. When a dominant allele is paired with a recessive allele, the dominant allele determines ...