What does Codominance look like?
Correspondingly, how do you know if it's Codominance or incomplete dominance?
In incomplete dominance a heterozygous individual blends the two traits. With codominance you'll see both alleles showing their effects but not blending whereas with incomplete dominance you see both alleles effects but they've been blended.
One may also ask, what is an example of co dominance? When two alleles for a trait are equally expressed with neither being recessive or dominant, it creates codominance. Examples of codominance include a person with type AB blood, which means that both the A allele and the B allele are equally expressed.
Also, what is the Codominance?
Codominance occurs when two versions, or “alleles,” of the same gene are present in a living thing, and both are expressed. Instead of one trait being dominant over the other, both traits appear. The A and B alleles for blood type can both be expressed at the same time, resulting in type AB blood.
How is blood type an example of Codominance?
combination of alleles traits, however, alleles may be codominant—i.e., neither acts as dominant or recessive. An example is the human ABO blood group system; persons with type AB blood have one allele for A and one for B. (Persons with neither are type O.)