Codominance, Advanced Statistics

Codominance: The relationship between genotype at the locus and a phenotype to which it in?uences. If an individuals with heterozygote (such as, AB) genotype is phenotypically different from the individuals with either homozygous genotypes (which is AA and BB), then the genotype-phenotype relationship is said to be the codominant.

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