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Diversity between accessions: based on continuous, multi-categoric, binary phenotypic variables, and analysis of data of dominant and codominant (multi-allelic) markers.
FHBL is a codominant disorder with a frequency in the heterozygous form of 1 in 500 to 1 in 1000.
In the remaining patients, a codominant, or balanced circulation, system exists; examples include a small PDA originating from the RCA with posterolateral branches from the LCX artery, and PDAs from both the RCA and LCX.
1949) correctly identified the codominant nature of the alleles in heterozygous individuals with sickle cell trait (SCT) because both normal hemoglobin A and abnormal hemoglobin S are expressed in heterozygotes.
So far, two large studies have demonstrated a codominant model in segregation studies (6).
Similarly, when 2 codominant tumors exist, with 1 of lower grade 2 + 2 = 4 in the transition zone and the other of grade 4 + 4 = 8 in the peripheral zone, it is important not to describe the overall grade as 4 + 2 = 6 or 2 + 4 = 6 but rather to call it 4 + 4 = 8, with a comment describing a second codominant nodule.
The limits for codominant virus types/subtypes were 45%:55%.
Logs for the veneer products studied came from five subalpine fir trees (one dominant, one codominant, and three intermediate) from a Canadian Forest Products Ltd.
The results, based on a well-characterised sample, with only OCD as the affected phenotype, provide strong evidence for an autosomal dominant or a codominant pattern of inheritance (10).
The position of nematodes as the dominant (17, 43) or codominant (44) taxa in marine sediments has been well established.