Problem: The presence of a recessive allele:a) can be masked in the phenotypeb) can never be expressed in the phenotypec) can always be determined from the phenotyped) is expressed in the phenotype alongside a dominant allele

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Law of Dominance: there exists two alleles, dominant and recessive, for a given trait

• Rather than both alleles being expressed in a heterozygote, only the dominant allele will be expressed.

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The presence of a recessive allele:

a) can be masked in the phenotype

b) can never be expressed in the phenotype

c) can always be determined from the phenotype

d) is expressed in the phenotype alongside a dominant allele

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