Term: Super

Refers to a completed incomplete dominant allele – in other words, carrying two copies of the same gene, making it homozygous. Supers cannot produce a normal. Many have ‘Super’ in the name, Good examples of supers include Super Pastel, Super Cinnamon, and Super Fire. Often look quite dramatically different from their incomplete dominant counterparts. An example where the super form does NOT have super in the name is the Ivory. The Ivory is the super form of the Yellowbelly.

Term: Super was last modified: June 28th, 2021 by Tom
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