what is co-dominance ?

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what is co-dominance ?..

Answer / suresh

co-dominance means there are always two alleles for any
character. If the two alleles are equally dominant over one
another and neither of them exprasses to outside is called
codominance.Here neither of the character appares in
offspring.This phenomenon can be clearly explained by
taking the example of drosophila.

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what is co-dominance ?..

Answer / m.karthika

When both alleles of a pair are fully expressed in
heterozygote,they are called codominant.

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what is co-dominance ?..

Answer / khadija

both alleles are equally dominant,both alleles are
expressesd at the same time.
ex. (chicken feathers)
I hope u will like my answer

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what is co-dominance ?..

Answer / martin

Co-dominance, is when both the alleles are equally dominant
over one and other and so the characteristics of both
allele show equally. eg) A red cow mates with a White cow,
the offspring of this cow turned out to be of Co-dominace
and the cow's colour appeared to turn out a pinkish colour.
but when closely inspected the cow's fur was both red and
white but was evenly distributed on the cow.
-M.G hope this helps.

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what is co-dominance ?..

Answer / mimi

in this case both the alleles express thmeselves equally.

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what is co-dominance ?..

Answer / yordanos

the two alleles of a gene are equally dom.

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what is co-dominance ?..

Answer / kiara

both alleles in the heterozygous offspring are expressed in
the phenotype.

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what is co-dominance ?..

Answer / fato

Codominance means there are always two alleles for any
character. If the two alleles are equally dominant over one
another and neither of them exprasses to outside is called
codominance.Here neither of the character appares in
offspring.This phenomenon can be clearly explained by
taking the example of drosophila.

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what is co-dominance ?..

Answer / myimba

It is the combination of one dominant and one recessive
alleles. The best example is the blood type AB. The blood
type A and B are combined together resulting to this bloodtype.

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what is co-dominance ?..

Answer / terry

is a 2 alleles for any craracters.

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