codominant inheritance

co·dom·i·nant in·her·i·tance

inheritance in which two alleles are individually expressed in the presence of each other; there may be other alleles available at the locus that may or may not exhibit codominance.

co·dom·i·nant in·her·i·tance

(kō-dom'i-nănt in-her'i-tăns)
Mode by which two alleles are individually expressed in the presence of each other.
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In codominant inheritance model, the carriers of genotype TT had a higher risk of CAD compared to those of genotype TC after adjustment for the above covariates (p = 0.019, Table 3).
The Hb-J gene follows the pattern of autosomal codominant inheritance. The existence of Hb-J does not affect the longevity or survival of the foetus.
The RFLPs show Mendelian codominant inheritance with minimal pleiotropic effects (Helentjaris et al., 1986); therefore, they can easily detect transfer of heterozygous loci in diploid and even polyploid plant species in comparison with dominant RAPD markers (Barone et al., 1995; Qu and Hancock, 1995).