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Multiple Alleles and Incomplete Dominance – Beyond Gregor Mendel

by Georgina Cornwall, PhD
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    The lecture Multiple Alleles and Incomplete Dominance – Beyond Gregor Mendel by Georgina Cornwall, PhD is from the course Understanding Genetics.


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    1. The blood type being influenced by the environmental factors so that an individual can display multiple types of blood groups during his life time.
    2. Three alleles IA, IB and I control the blood types in the humans.
    3. Both IA and IB alleles are dominant over the I allele.
    4. Alleles IA and IB exhibit the codominance phenomenon during their inheritance from parents to the offsprings.
    5. Type A and type B blood groups will display antigens ‘A’ and ‘B’ on the cell membrane of RBCs, respectively.
    1. …the heterozygotes express both alleles.
    2. …the phenotypes of heterozygotes will be intermediate to those of their homozygotic parents.
    3. …the heterozygotic individuals will resemble phenotypically with their recessive parent.
    4. …the heterozygotic individuals will resemble phenotypically with their dominant parent.
    5. …the male parent has a larger influence on the progeny than the female parent.
    1. 1 Red: 2 Pink: 1 White
    2. 2 Red: 1 Pink: 1 White
    3. 1 Red: 1 Pink: 2 White
    4. 3 Red: 1 White
    5. 3 Pink: 1 White

    Author of lecture Multiple Alleles and Incomplete Dominance – Beyond Gregor Mendel

     Georgina Cornwall, PhD

    Georgina Cornwall, PhD


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