Mendelian Genetics Question

SobhiSankari karate at 198.4.75.47
Sun Jan 7 14:20:08 EST 1996


andy at biology.demon.co.uk (Andy Dyson) wrote:
>Tom Worcester <tomfish at teleport.com> wrote:
>
>>Does anyone know if roan cattle are "roan" because of incomplete 
>>dominance or codominance?? Thanks.
>
>In what way is incomplete dominace different from co-dominance in
>monohybrid situations?
>
>
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Codominance differs from incomplete dominance because in incomplete 
dominance, the colors blend, much like when you blend paint and achieve a 
new color.  In codominance, both colors are present, but blend together 
when looked at from a certain distance.  When looked at closely, however, 
the both red and white can be seen.




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