Nuno Landeck wrote:Mack Emmons "thus both parents must possess at least one recessive genotype to produce offspring ", just like the EBJD???
Mack Emmons wrote:That is a very interesting mutation.
Unless your male is carrier of the gene aswell, it is unlikely that you will see any signs in your juveniles. This Xanthic trait is recessive, thus both parents must possess at least one recessive genotype to produce offspring that show this heterozygous recessive trait. If you wish to produce offspring with this trait, I suggest you familiarize yourself with punett squares. It may require(if your male doesn't carry the gene) you to breed a homozygous offspring back with your female, that should produce Xanthic offspring.
Darrell Ullisch wrote:Just a note, Mack, you have the terms "homozygous" and "heterozygous" backwards.
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