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

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    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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