Incomplete Dominance
Colin Vaughan

-There's an interaction between two homozygous alleles.

-Alleles aren't dominant so they act together to make an intermediate heterozygote which ends up being a mix between the two parents.

-Both the alleles are present in the offspring of the parents because of the incomplete dominance within the alleles.

-The offspring does not look like the parents because the phenotype of the offspring is -completely changed.

-The dominant gene is not completely dominant over the recessive gene, resulting in the blend of the two.

Andalusian Fowl

-The Fowl has three different colors: Splashed white, black, and blue.

-When the splashed white male fowl is crossed with a pure black female fowl, it makes a blue colored offspring.

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