pseudoallelism

pseu·do·al·lel·ism

(sū-dō-al'el-izm),
Relationship of two or more loci that are difficult to distinguish from a single locus by classical genetic analysis. For instance, the states of the D, D, and E components of the Rh blood locus [MIM*111700] are so far unresolved.

pseu·do·al·lel·ism

(sū'dō-a-ēl'izm)
Relationship of two or more loci that are difficult to distinguish from a single locus by classical genetic analysis.