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You will have the dominant phenotype for that trait.

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Q: What will happen if you get dominant genes from both your parents?
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What gene is always expressed?

Dominant genes will always be expressed however recessive genes would need to be inherited from both parents


What crosses will result in dominant phenotype offspring?

Don't give us the options then!! If one parent had 2 dominant genes then all offspring would have dominant phenotype, the same goes for both parents having dominant genes.


What does dominate and recessive mean?

Dominant and Recessive refer to different types of genes a child gains from its parents. In general, a dominant gene overpowers a recessive gene (like more people have brown eyes than blue eyes), but there are some cases where recessive genes are visible on a child over the dominant gene.


A trait which results from two dominant genes is called?

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.


What is the difference between a homozygous trait and a heterozygous trait and can you please provide an example for each?

a homozygous trait is when an offspring has either both dominant genes or both recessive genes from its parents. a heterozygous trait is when an offspring has both dominant and recessive genes. for example: a long-tailed cat is dominant and a short-tailed cat is recessive. the long-tailed cat (homozygous dominant) had offsprings with the short-tailed cat (homozygous recessive). by doing the punnett square, 100% of their offspring will be heterozygous.

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What gene is always expressed?

Dominant genes will always be expressed however recessive genes would need to be inherited from both parents


What crosses will result in dominant phenotype offspring?

Don't give us the options then!! If one parent had 2 dominant genes then all offspring would have dominant phenotype, the same goes for both parents having dominant genes.


Which genes are dominant and which are recessive?

Dominant genes are always expressed in preference to recessive genes in cased where both genes are present.


If purple flower color is dominant over white flower color how can two purple flowered parents produce while flowered offspring?

It can happen when both parents are a heterozygous


Is it true that you will definitely inherit a genetic disease if both your parents show any sign of the disease?

IT depends if both parents have it on their genes (X and Y) as Dominant or Recessive, If one of them is dominant, you better expect to get it unless the other parent has a DOminant Counter-Gene


What is the difference between homzyguos and heterozyous?

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


What does dominate and recessive mean?

Dominant and Recessive refer to different types of genes a child gains from its parents. In general, a dominant gene overpowers a recessive gene (like more people have brown eyes than blue eyes), but there are some cases where recessive genes are visible on a child over the dominant gene.


What is it when both genes are the same either both dominant or both recessive?

Homologous.


A trait which results from two dominant genes is called?

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.


Your sons is 3 and has blue you have brown eyes and the wife has green eyes is this possible?

yes, it is possible. Obviously then, both of the parents had the recessive gene and it showed in the child's genes. If you do a punnet square on both of the parent's genes, you an find out the different possibilities of offspring that can be born. This child got both recessive genes from both of the parents. the ancestors of the parents must have passed down the recessive gene tough the dominant might have shown.


What is the difference between a homozygous trait and a heterozygous trait and can you please provide an example for each?

a homozygous trait is when an offspring has either both dominant genes or both recessive genes from its parents. a heterozygous trait is when an offspring has both dominant and recessive genes. for example: a long-tailed cat is dominant and a short-tailed cat is recessive. the long-tailed cat (homozygous dominant) had offsprings with the short-tailed cat (homozygous recessive). by doing the punnett square, 100% of their offspring will be heterozygous.


What are chromosomes that contain genes which code for the same traits?

Yes they do, but these genes may be both dominant, both recessive or one dominant and its counterpart on another chromosome recessive.