|MadSci Network: Genetics|
I understand that there can be more than one allele in the case of blood type for example. However when homologous chromosomes align during meiosis how do they match if there is more than two alleles present. Or is it the case that only a Max. of two alleles can ever be present in a human individual. So if brief can their be more than two alleles at the same time in an individual and if their can is their a limit to their number (the alleles that is)? I look forward to your response.
Re: can one single individual have more than two alleles at the one time?
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