4th November 2019

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How is Codominance different from complete dominance?

An example of codominance is the roan cow which has both red hairs and white hairs. In incomplete dominance a heterozygous individual blends the two traits. An example of incomplete dominance is the pink snapdragon, which receives a red allele and white allele.

Herein, what is an example of complete dominance?

The flowers on Mendel's pea plant are an example of complete dominance, or when the dominant allele completely covers up the recessive allele. In addition to complete dominance, scientists have found incomplete dominance, where there is a blending, and codominance, where both alleles show up.

What is an example of incomplete dominance?

Observing Incomplete Dominance. Examples of incomplete dominance are: A snapdragon flower that is pink as a result of cross-pollination between a red flower and a white flower when neither the white or the red alleles are dominant.