What do autosomal dominant alleles look like?
An allele is simply a variation of a gene. Throughout a species, there are often several different alleles available for each gene location on a chromosome.
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Autosomal dominant alleles do not look any different from autosomal recessive alleles. Both are genes, a sequence of proteins located on a chromosome....
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fromChapter 7 / Lesson 12
Learn about recessive alleles and dominant alleles. Study the variety of recessive traits and dominant traits, and find examples of recessive and dominant alleles.