Considering a pair of homologous chromosomes containing a gene having two different alleles how many different genotypes can the individual present?

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If a gene of a diploid species has different alleles, for example, A and A’, the possible genotypes are: A’A’, AA, and AA’. So any of these three different genotypes may be the genotype of an individual.

Dipti KC
May 26, 2023
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