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What are allelic series? How they differ from multiple genes affecting a single trait? e. How dominance occurs in allelic series? Do we have a general for all allelic series? How can we make assumptions about dominance?

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Genes exist in an alternate version called alleles. A gene has two alternate forms called alleles. They are dominant and recessive alleles.

Allelic series explains the different mutant alleles present in a gene t...

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