co-dominance

co-dominance

where both alleles of a pair are fully expressed in the heterozygote; called also incomplete dominance.
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Co-dominance may provide heterozygote advantage--providing survival benefit to the offspring that neither parent has.
Although high frequency of heterozygous AB genotype in Beetal and DDP could, in part, explain the co-dominance of A and B alleles in our studied animals.
In Beetal goats co-dominance of A and B alleles led to 2.
Cardiac Dominance: Right, Left and Co-dominance among the coronary arteries were analysed.
Co-dominance percentage is less compared to right dominance and left dominance bridging segments percentages.
Dominance of the heart was determined as right, left or co-dominance.
It was further seen that 14 (14%) patients showed co-dominance and the remaining had left- sided dominance.
Some analysts have argued that the euro's attaining co-dominance simply awaited a significant series of policy mistakes or a balance of payments crisis on the part of the United States to overcome this inertia.
5 percent, in our view, given its structural position of co-dominance in market share in an eminently benign competitive environment.
From early February through early March, the marked predominance of influenza A viruses in each of the remaining three regions shifted to a 1- to 5-week period of co-dominance, during which time essentially equal proportions of influenza A and B viruses were isolated (February 12 through 18 in the East North Central region, February 26 through March 11 in the Middle Atlantic region, and January 29 through February 18 in the Pacific region).
Right coronary dominance is present in majority of people, and in others it is either left coronary dominance or co-dominance.