cis configuration

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cis con·fig·u·ra·tion

1.
2. the property of two or more sites on the same molecule of DNA.

cis configuration

Having both of the dominant ALLELES, of two or more gene pairs, on one chromosome, and the recessive alleles on the other (HOMOLOGOUS) chromosome.