QUESTION 13Feather color in a certain species of bird is controlled by a pair of alleles that exhibit incomplete dominance. If birds that are homozygous for one allele are black and birds that are homozygous for the other allele are white, then heterozygous birds would be a.gray. b.white. c.black.   QUESTION 20Which of the following might explain how two separate genes control a single trait? a.One gene function better at higher temperatures. b.Both genes have the same alleles. c.There are two genes to control two separate steps in a pathway. d.Two genes cannot control a single trait.

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QUESTION 13

Feather color in a certain species of bird is controlled by a pair of alleles that exhibit incomplete dominance. If birds that are homozygous for one allele are black and birds that are homozygous for the other allele are white, then heterozygous birds would be

 

a.

gray.

 

b.

white.

 

c.

black.

 

 

 

QUESTION 20

Which of the following might explain how two separate genes control a single trait?

 

a.

One gene function better at higher temperatures.

 

b.

Both genes have the same alleles.

 

c.

There are two genes to control two separate steps in a pathway.

 

d.

Two genes cannot control a single trait.

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Incomplete dominance is the condition in which the dominant allele could not exhibit itself in the heterozygous form. It will show a different type of trait in heterozygous form.

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