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15 December, 06:38

How is codominance different from complete

dominance?

The heterozygote genotype has a different

phenotype from the homozygous dominant

genotype.

genotype.

The homozygous recessive genotype has the same

phenotype as the heterozygote.

The heterozygote genotype has the same

phenotype as the homozygous dominant

genotype.

The homozygous recessive genotype has the same

phenotype as the homozygous dominant

genotype.

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  1. 15 December, 08:20
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    The heterozygote genotype has a different

    phenotype from the homozygous dominant

    genotype.

    Explanation:

    In codominance bothe genes are equally dominant. For example, AA is type A blood, BB is type B blood, but AB is type AB blood. Both genes are expressed in the phenotype.
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