By: Ryan Millar
Facts About Incomplete Dominance:
- Due to incomplete dominance a disease can be created where the hemoglobin protein cell is produced incorrectly for red blood cells.
- The alleles are expressed together, which can change the colors of the offspring.
- Andalusian Fowl chickens are very common to have incomplete dominance, they might have black or blue feathers
- Incomplete dominance occurs when the phenotype of the heterozygous genotype is distinct from and often intermediate to the other phenotypes.
- Sickle cell disease is from incomplete dominance.
An example of incomplete dominance is two pink flowers, such as four o’clock flowers. IF two pink flowers breed then they have a chance of having pink and white flowers because 1 of their alleles is not completely dominant over the other.
A blue bird and a red bird mate and the resulting offspring have mixed colors.
A dog with eye patches and a dog without eye patches breed and produce offspring with one eye patch.
I also used Google Images.