Modified dihybrid ratios with codominant and lethal alleles

The classical phenotypic ratio resulting from the mating of dihybrid genotypes is 9:3:3:1. This ratio appears whenever the alleles at both loci display dominant and recessive relationships. The classical dihybrid ratio may be modified if one or both loci have co-dominant alleles or lethal alleles. A summary of these modified phenotypic ratios in adult progeny … Read more Modified dihybrid ratios with codominant and lethal alleles

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