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More complex genetics: 4. Explaining the genetics of blood group inheritance
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(4) The inheritance of blood groups (not sex-linked, an example of codominance)
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Be able to explain the genetics of blood group inheritance using Punnett square tables and genetic diagrams.
Know what codominant gene alleles are and how dominant, codominant and recessive gene alleles are involved in the inheritance of human blood type.
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