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Codominance and multiple alleles

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A-Levels Biology 4 (Variation and Evolution) Mind Map on Codominance and multiple alleles, created by harry_bygraves on 06/04/2013.
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Codominance and multiple alleles
  1. Codominance; is shown by two alleles that are neither dominant nor recessive to each other. In the heterzygous condition, they produce a phenotype that is different from the homozygous state of either allele.
    1. Mulitiple alleles; refers to the condition in which there are more than two alternative forms of a particular gene that occupy a gene locus
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