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justus rau
answered 2021-05-16 07:33:08

its different because adominant allele is in charge

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jagagap

2021-05-17 14:13:29

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josh tanuvasa
answered 2021-05-16 12:05:27

dominant allele is the allele that appears to be seen in appearance or takes over a recessive allele eg.(tt) but in the recessive allele, the phenotype which is the appearance will not be seen eg.(tt). in easier words dominant is stronger than the recessive allele.

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zarr1s

2021-05-20 17:19:18

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moona
answered 2021-05-17 05:17:03

a recessive allele is different from recessive allele by;

  1. a reccesive allele requires both allele partners to be reccesive to express itself while dominant allele can express it even if only one of allele pairs is dominant . for example :a reccessive allele (r)if have rr on both allele pairs than it expresses itself on the other hand dominant (r) expresses it in both rr and rr .
  2. in short ,dominant allele can mask the expression of reccesive allele in hetrozyguos (rr) condition and expresses it .
  • **note:**the relation of dominant and reccesive allele in hetrozygote condition is of different types depending upon organism thus dominant not always dominats it may completely, partially, or excessively express itself depending upon organism.
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daphne bergstrom

2021-05-17 23:05:53

love itt!
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2021-05-18 02:05:40

cool!
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silas stamm

2021-05-19 02:05:33

good answer, ty ?
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jadyn sporer

2021-05-20 03:05:34

can you explain the answer?
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2021-05-20 17:18:47

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thedragapultuser
answered 2021-05-16 21:07:17

when an allele is dominant, the characteristic it is connected to will be expressed in an individual. when an allele is recessive, the characteristic it is connected to is less likely to be expressed. recessive traits only manifest when both alleles are recessive in an individual.

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2021-05-19 15:05:38

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2021-05-20 17:19:05

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jaafar awad
answered 2021-05-17 16:00:27

it is different because a dominant allele is in charge.

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2021-05-17 23:05:55

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shadow
answered 2021-05-17 18:38:51

it is different because a dominant allele is in charge

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2021-05-18 06:05:44

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2021-05-18 07:06:02

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2021-05-18 10:05:53

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jaafar awad
answered 2021-05-17 15:59:36

it is different because a dominant allele is in charge.

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2021-05-18 17:05:56

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2021-05-20 02:05:42

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answered 2021-05-18 15:59:35

yeah

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