Philadelphia cigar manufacturer William s paley transformed what network of radio stations into a dominant television network?
Christianity is the dominant religion of philadelphia.ITs main religions are almost all which are in america. Read More
exercising influence or control; "television plays a dominant role in molding public opinion"; "the dominant partner in the marriage. Read More
The correct and complete spelling is television (the dominant media on the planet). Read More
Television as a dominant feature is bad, it tends to detract them from developing social interaction skills, fosters a passive lifestyle and may affect their attention span. But television as a limited feature can be both fun and educational. Read More
Charles Barkley was a dominant power forward. He played from the Philadelphia 76ers, the Phoenix Suns, and the Houston Rockets during his 16 year career. Read More
Philly Dominate? Pagans 1% hands down. Also a righteous Black club - Wheels of Soul 1% Read More
dominant genes for freckles Read More
U.S. television still promotes the idea of the American Dream, in which the United States is a land of opportunity. Thus rags to riches stories, both scripted and on reality television, are popular. Read More
In my opinion it is dominant. Read More
By simply being the dominant power America was able to influence television, radio, fashion and car business. Read More
Dominant generally refers to the fifth degree of the scale. Dominant seventh is a seventh chord built off of the dominant. Read More
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. Read More
Autosomal dominant. (Dominant and not on a sex chromosome) Read More
Dominant and sub-dominant refers to notes of a scale. The dominant is the fifth note (represented with a roman numeral, V) of a scale while the sub-dominant is the fourth (IV) note of that scale. For example, in scale of C major, the dominant is G and the sub-dominant is F. The terms dominant ans sub-dominant can also refer to chords, scales or keys. A dominant chord is one that is built on a dominant… Read More
If the allele is dominant it means that i will be the dominant gene over the recessive Read More
It is an autosomal dominant trait. Traits can be dominant or recessive. Read More
What is the probability that the offspring of a homozygous dominant individual will exhibit the dominant phenotype?
In a simple, two-allele, dominant/recessive, unigenetic trait, the offspring of a homozygous dominant (DD) would have the dominant phenotype (D-). Read More
a dominant allele is expressed when its dominant over a recessive trait, for example, DD x dd, the dominant allele is D. Read More
If all of your offspring is dominant after you cross a dominant and recessive parent what is the genotype of the dominant parent?
The dominant parent is most likely homozygous dominant, and the recessive parent has only the homozygous genotype. So the dominant parent can pass on only dominant alleles for this trait, and the recessive parent can pass on only recessive alleles for this trait. So all of the offspring would be heterozygous and have the dominant phenotype. Read More
glaucoma is inherited in an autosomal dominant pattern. which is dominant. Read More
The dominant is the 5th tone in the scale. In a D Major scale, the dominant is A. Read More
If A is the dominant allele, then a homozygous dominant genotype would be AA. Read More
Homozygous dominant and heterozygous genotypes will produce the dominant phenotype. Read More
The dominant generation of bryophytes is (mosses, liverworts) because of there dominant gametophytes. Read More
A dominant phenotype will only be expressed if the individual is homozygous dominant for that trait?
Well actually not necessarily. An individual can be homozygous or heterozygous dominant for a trait. As long as they have that dominant allele in that specific genetic trait, they will automatically express the dominant phenotype. If a person is homozygous dominant, it just means that they will pass on both dominant traits to the offspring. If a person is heterozygous dominant , it means that they will pass on both a dominant and recessive trait… Read More
A dominant trait is like a leader. If there is a dominant allele and a recessive allele, the dominant allele masks the recessive allele. Read More
The dominant trait is always capitalized when talking about human genetics. AA, is homozygous dominant, and Aa is a heterozygous genotype in which A is dominant and expressed. Read More
It would depend on if the dominant genes are the same or different. Say the dominant alleles were different. In this case, they are co-dominant. If they are the same and both dominant homosytus. Read More
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. Read More