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4 April, 03:17

What does it mean for an allele to be dominant?

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  1. 4 April, 04:33
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    It means that if there are two alleles present, the dominant allele will shown in the organism's phenotype. The other allele, called the recessive allele, will be covered by the dominant one and won't show up in the organism's phenotype.
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