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11 December, 22:13

What would happen if a dominant trait joined with the recessive trait? What is the end result? (Based off Gregor Mendel)

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  1. 11 December, 22:51
    A dominant allele hides a recessive allele and determines the organism's appearance
  2. 11 December, 23:34
    When a dominant trait joins with the recessive trait, only the dominant trait will show when determining the organism's characteristics.


    The dominant trait is "dominant" so it will mask the recessive trait. For example, brown eyes is a dominant trait for the color of someone's eye. Blue eyes is a recessive trait. If someone were to have both genes when they were born, they would have brown eyes because it masks the genes for blue eyes.
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