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But what are dominant and recessive alleles?
Well, that's a good question Ron. A dominant allele is the allele for a trait that will always be present, and the recessive allele will never show its trait if a gene only has it's allele.
I have heard about something called a punnent square, what is that?
I use the punnent square to tell the outcome of the cross between two organisms. The offspring can be homozygous (TT or tt genotype, same alleles) or heterozygous (Tt genotypes, different alleles). The homo I call purebreds and hetero I call hybrids. However, all alleles segregate independently (Law Of Segregation)
Well, I think that just about covers all of our questions. I want to thank you all for all of your colaberation, and i will see all of you faithfull veiewers in the next one! But for now, that was: The Mendelian Theory!
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