Term: Super

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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.

Term: Super was last modified: August 12th, 2020 by Tom
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