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Introduces incomplete dominance and codominance.

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    Extension - Non-Mendelian Inheritance

    Extension - Non-Mendelian Inheritance

    by Judi Micholic //basic
    Introduces exceptions to Mendel's laws, includes incomplete dominance and codominace.
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    Non-Mendelian Inheritance

    Non-Mendelian Inheritance

    by Sara Quart //basic
    Introduces exceptions to Mendel's laws, includes incomplete dominance and codominace.
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    5: Not all inheritance follows Mendel's laws!

    5: Not all inheritance follows Mendel's laws!

    by Kristin Rowe //basic
    Introduces exceptions to Mendel's laws, includes incomplete dominance and codominace.
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    Chromosomal Genetics

    Chromosomal Genetics

    by Charles Yu //basic
    Paul Andersen explains aspects of genetics that were not covered by Gregor Mendel. He begins with the following topics; incomplete dominance, codominance, epistasis, multiple alleles, and multiple genes. He then explains how linked genes were discovered by Thomas Hunt Morgan and Alfred Sturtevant. He also discusses sex-linked traits. Courtesy of bozemanbiology
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