Recessive phenotype

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A recessive phenotype is a phenotype which will only be present if there are two recessive alleles present in the genotype. If there is a dominant allele present in the genotype, or codominant alleles, the phenotype of the recessive alleles will not be observable.
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A recessive [[phenotype|phenotype]] is a phenotype which will only be present if there are two [[recessive alleles|recessive alleles]] present in the [[genotype|genotype]]. If there is a [[dominant allele|dominant allele]] present in the genotype, or codominant alleles, the phenotype of the recessive alleles will not be observable.

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A recessive phenotype is a phenotype which will only be present if there are two recessive alleles present in the genotype. If there is a dominant allele present in the genotype, or codominant alleles, the phenotype of the recessive alleles will not be observable.

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