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A term given to an&nbsp;[[Allele|allele]] that will always be expressed in the [[Phenotype|phenotype]] of an [[Organism|organism]]. The opposite of a [[Dominant allele|dominant allele]] is known as a [[Recessive|recessive]] allele&nbsp;<ref>Molecular Biology of The Cell. 5th Edition, Alberts 2008 Glossary:11</ref>.<br>  
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A term given to an&nbsp;[[Allele|allele]] that will always be expressed in the [[Phenotype|phenotype]] of an [[Organism|organism]]. The opposite of a [[Dominant allele|dominant allele]] is known as a [[Recessive|recessive]] allele<ref>Molecular Biology of The Cell. 5th Edition, Alberts 2008 Glossary:11</ref>.<br>  
  
 
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Latest revision as of 19:23, 6 December 2018

A term given to an allele that will always be expressed in the phenotype of an organism. The opposite of a dominant allele is known as a recessive allele[1].

References

  1. Molecular Biology of The Cell. 5th Edition, Alberts 2008 Glossary:11
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