A quick tutorial on Incomplete dominance and codominance.
Video Rating: 4 / 5
Thanks for the lesson!
thank you sooo much!! you’ve just expalined it well. its a really great help especially i’m having a demonstration in our class )
good help yes i got it now
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Thanks! You really simplified it form
Excellent video! Thank you do much. Very clear.
Very informative, I just wish you could read the writing a bit better.
True. I did sacrifice time for quality Thanks for watching all the same!
contrary to the first seconds of the video, this is most definitely Biology in 8 minutes.
thanks, I needed a good way to differentiate incomplete and codominant alleles for my exam. The subscripts work well, thanks!
GOOD! Glad I could help
Thank you so much. You cleared up ALL my questions and I’m probably going to ace the exam because of you
This was so clear. Thank you.
I’m sure different teachers demonstrate this differently. The basics of the problem still work. In other words, the letters you used work just fine and you will get the same phenotypic ratio. However, the problem comes with using rr. Technically incomplete dominance both red and white are BOTH dominant and there is no recessive trait. Since we use lower case letters for recessive traits, I don’t like using them for a non-recessive trait. Make sense?
aren’t you supposed to use the same letter like for red flowers RR, for white flowers rr, and for pink flowers Rr
Thank you so much! This helps me understand things so much better!
or u could say green (50%) is 2/4. usually ur genotype will be out of four. so 2/4 is 50 percent and 1/4 is 25% and 3/4 is 75% and 4/4 is 100%. think of it like quarters ^_^
thanks, rlly easy to understand.
not sure if this helped….
How can I pay attention to the lesson when there is a video of baby with 3 arms on the related vids?
It is a common mistake and LOTS of teachers actually get is backwards. For further information try: h t t p : / / w w w . emc.maricopa.edu/faculty/farabee/biobk/BioBookgeninteract.html
That is what is says on the screen.
25% Blue (which is 1/4)
50% green (which is 1/2)
25% yellow (which is 1/4)
Fractions, percents, and decimals are all the same thing. .5 is 1/2 is 50%. There is no difference in any of those.
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