...e and both traits are expressed at the same time; for example, both red and white petals in the same bloom or red and white flowers on the same plant. codominance
is also apparent in human blood types . A gene containing the codominant pure blood type alleles "AA" and "BB" would result in a blood type of "AB".
... have type O, AA or Ai have A, BB or Bi have type B. AB people have both phenotypes because A and B express a special dominance relationship: codominance
. Thus, it is usually impossible for a type AB parent to have a type O child (it is, however, no direct proof of illegitimacy ).
... of different alleles will produce varying traits.
Extended expression patterns seen in diploid organisms include facets of incomplete dominance , codominance
, and multiple alleles .
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Codominance in Biological Dictionary
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) Jump to: navigation, search ... The relationship described as codominance
is a relationship where the distinct ... In classical genetics, dominance describes a relationship between different forms (alleles) of a gene at a particular physical location (locu...
...cted from Multiple alleles ) ... Multiple , alleles ,biological ,biology dictionary,biology terminology,biology terms,biology abbreviations ... codominance
and Multiple Alleles - Example: ABO blood group ... Multiple alleles are alternative states at the same locus. ... The most famous example o...
... . Codominance. X linkage. X linked dominant and X linked recessive ... codominance
is like incomplete dominance in that the heterozygote is ... Codominance: codominance
is similar to incomplete dominance in that there is no dominant allel...