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23 October, 06:22

Three genes (A, B, and C) are on the same chromosome. However, only C and A are usually expressed together in the same phenotype. Explain this result and describe the relative positions of A, B, and C.

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  1. 23 October, 07:04
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    The reason why it is only the C and A genes are the ones who are usually expressed together is that it might be very close together on the same chromosome and were located very far away from the B gene.
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