Alleles can be dominant or recessive
It is Dominant. R is the dominant and r is the recessive. The dominate trait shadows the recessive trait. It is Dominant. R is the dominant and r is the recessive. The dominate trait shadows the recessive trait. Is dominant. dominant can be RR or Rr. but when its recessive its rr.
There is dominant and there is recessive. There is no dominant recessive. A dominant gene will always be expressed when present, such as in the homozygous dominant genotype (RR), or heterozygous genotype (Rr). A recessive allele is only expressed when the genotype is homozygous recessive (rr).
Anemia is recessive, not dominant.
If you have 2 dominant alleles, the gene will be dominant, if you have 2 recessive alleles, the gene will be recessive. But if you have 1 recessive and 1 dominant, the Dominant allele will mask the recessive one.
Dominant overrules recessive in other words dominant always stands out against the recessive
A dominant trait is like a leader. If there is a dominant allele and a recessive allele, the dominant allele masks the recessive allele.
Heterozygous means when an organism has both a dominant and recessive allele for a certain trait. Because it has both a recessive and a dominant, it would be dominant.
Dominant definitely not dominant. It is recessive objectively and subjectively and unequivocally.
is dwarfism a dominant or recessive trait?
There are no such things as dominant and recessive genes. There are only dominant and recessive alleles. Dominant alleles are parts of a gene that present its features over the recessive allele, which is the one that is always masked by the dominant allele. The recessive allele's trait only shows if both of the alleles in a trait are recessive.
A dominant allele is an allele that can take over a recessive allele, so if you have a dominant allele and a recessive allele, then the offspring will most likely have a dominant allele over a recessive allele. The dominant allele is expressed over the recessive allele.
IS DIABETIS DOMINANT OR RECESSIVE Diabetes is a recessive gene
The difference between a dominant allele and a recessive allele is that if a person inherits one dominant allele and one recessive allele the dominant allele will appear as it is stronger or more dominant than a recessive allele the dominant allele is stronger the recessive allele weaker. For instance brown eyes is a dominant allele, blue eyes is a recessive allele. A recessive allele does not always determine the trait.
Dominant genes over power the recessive genes, so if you have one dominant and one recessive, you will see the effects of the dominant gene.
A dominant trait occurs when either both alleles are dominant or one allele is dominant and the other is recessive. This is because a dominant allele overpowers a recessive allele. In order to have a recessive trait both alleles must be recessive.
because when you have and dominant and recessive trait the dominant we always show up
1. freckles: dominant no freckles: recessive 2. dark eyes: dominant light eyes: recessive 3. free earlobe:dominant attached earlbe: recessive 4. polydactilism (6 fingers or toes): dominant 5 fingers or toes: recessive 5. normal chin: recessivecleft chin: dominant 6. can roll tongue: dominant cannot roll tongue: recessive 7. cannot fold tongue: dominant can roll tongue: recessive 8. straight pinkie: dominant crooked pinkie: recessive 9. widow's peak: dominant straight hairline: recessive 10. separate eyebrows: dominant uni-brow: recessive
Dominant traits are the traits that mask the recessive traits. The dominant traits are stronger than recessive!
1. Shape of face (probably polygenic) Oval dominant, square recessive 2. Cleft in chin No cleft dominant, cleft recessive 3. Hair curl (probably polygenic) Assume incomplete dominance Curly: homozygous Wavy: heterozygous Straight: homozygous 4. Hairline Widow peak dominant, straight hairline recessive 5. Eyebrow size Broad dominant, slender recessive 6. Eyebrow shape Separated dominant, joined recessive 7. Eyelash length Long dominant, short recessive 8. Dimples Dimples dominant, no dimples recessive 9. Earlobes Free lobe dominant, attached… Read More
Mendel studied 7 traits: Flower color (purple dominant; white recessive) Flower position (axial dominant; terminal recessive) Seed color (yellow dominant; green recessive) Seed shape (round dominant; wrinkled recessive) Pod shape (inflated dominant; constricted recessive) Pod color (green dominant; yellow recessive) and Stem length (tall dominant; dwarf recessive)
allele can be dominant for one trait and recessive for another
Recessive, but dominant in some rare cases.
Codominance has alleles that are neither dominant or recessive.
It is Dominant for hairy knuckles, Recessive is hairless
The Vulcan is the dominant expression.The earthling sign is recessive.
B is dominant and b is recessive.
Pure dominant = two dominant genes that make a "pure dominant" trait. Pure Recessive = two recessive genes that make a "pure recessive" trait.
If an allele is dominant, whenever it's in the presence of another allele, dominant or recessive, the trait that the dominant allele carries is present in the organism. If an allele is recessive, the trait that the recessive allele carries is only present in an organism when there is another recessive allele.
It is Recessive.
Homozygous recessive: is when the genes are both recessive Homozygous dominant: is when the genes are both dominant (traits show) Heterozygous dominant: is when one gene is dominant and one is recessive (traits show) Heterozygous recessive: is the same as heterozygous dominant but the dominant genes are inactive
A difference between a dominant and a recessive allele is that a dominant allele is the one that shows and a recessive allele is the one that hides
It is neither dominant or recessive. Sex is determined by chromosomes and chromosomes are not dominant or recessive to one another. Neither X nor the Y chromosome is dominant to the other.
The phenotype will show the dominant trait. All dominant traits mask recessive ones; If the genotype is heterozygous (One dominant and one recessive) the organism's phenotype will be dominant.
it is dominant
If one parent has dominant and recessive, and the other parent has either dominant and recessive OR recessive and recessive, then it is possible that two recessive traits are donated to the child and therefore they will have the recessive gene. For example, dad has brown eyes (dominant), and he carries the dominant brown eyed gene as well as the recessive blue eyed gene. Mom also has brown eyes and also carries one dominant brown… Read More
Dominate them. Recessive alleles do not show in your phenotype unless you have two of the same recessive allele. But if you inherit one dominant and one recessive, it is the dominant that always shows in your phenotype.
either dominant or recessive B = Dominant b = recessive So it would be dominate OR recessive.
Well the "blend: of recessive and dominant is called codominance...
this is called codominance when alleles are neither dominant or recessive.
The answer is that The difference is that dominant dominates, and recessive is dominated.
is restless leg syndrome dominant or recessive
dogs have a dominant and a recessive copy of a gene