semidominance

semidominance

/semi·dom·i·nance/ (-dom´ĭ-nans) incomplete dominance.
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To solve the problem, we define the extended semidominance (e-dominance) and prove two propositions (Proposition 1 and Proposition 2) that help to identify reverse skyline points from mapped data.
To solve this problem, we define strong semidominance (s-dominance) and prove two propositions (Proposition 3 and Proposition 4) that help identify non-reverse skyline points from mapped data.
presence of a red patch on the fore-wing, presence of a yellow stripe on the hindwing) exhibit straightforward dominance or semidominance, while additional "modifier genes" produce pleiotropic effects on size and shape of primary pattern elements.