How do codominance, multiple allele inheritance, polygenic inheritance, and x-linked inheritance differ from strict recessive/dominant inheritance?
Genotype and Phenotype
Genotype and phenotype are words used in genetics to describe genes and traits. Genotype refers to the specific alleles someone has inherited for a gene. The phenotype is the outward physical appearance of an organism. The genes an individual has will affect their appearance, so it makes sense that genotype and phenotype are dependent on each other.
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The typical Mendelian dominant/recessive inheritance pattern is a default system taught in biology classes. While this system holds up in certain...
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Explore how blood type is inherited. Study A, B, and O blood types, blood type inheritance patterns, and discover how the Rh factor is inherited from parents.