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Subject: in 'Zedonks' what fur characteristic is dominant

Date: Mon Apr 29 23:05:18 2002
Posted by Joshua
Grade level: 10-12 School: Mt. Vernon
City: Mt. Vernon State/Province: Ohio Country: USA
Area of science: Genetics
ID: 1020135918.Ge

If a donkey crosses with a minurature horse it is a given that all of the 
offsprings should be the organism known as "zedonk"  a strong phenotype is the 
fur coat that incorporates stripes and also solid fur colors  i just want to 
know which gene is dominant in the cross?  is it the stripes or the solid 
color?  Is this a case of Co-Dominance?  If so the offspring will have 
phenotypical ratios of 1:2:1 correct?

Re: in 'Zedonks' what fur characteristic is dominant

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