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Tinkerbell and Dracula met at a carnival back in the 20's. Tinkerbell - being a fairy who was homozygous recessive for the incompletely dominant sparkly gene (ss) was taken with the seductively vampiric Drac
Dracula thought Tinkerbell was scrumptious looking. He was SS (non-sparkly) but a vampire (VV)
They had a son - Edward - who ended up heterozygous for the incompletely dominant sparkly gene. Ss. However, he was dominant for the vampire gene (Vv)
Edward met Bella in science class. She was whiney and boring. She carried the pleiotropic gene that coded for both whineyness and boringness.
Let's see how that works!
Vampire gene: VV x vv = Vv (V being dominant) Sparkly gene: SS x ss = Ss (incompletely dominant - Edward only sparkles in sunlight instead of all the time like a fairy) Pleiotropic Bella: Bella is AA - homozygous dominant for being both whiney and boring which is pleiotropic. Luckly, Edward is neither whiney nor boring: aa.
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