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At least _____ genes must interact to produce a trait.

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The Least Number of Genes That Must Interact To Produce A Trait?

The least number is 2, however this is very rare. Most traits require many genes to produce a trait.


When multiple genes produce a trait it is called?

Pleiotropy.


When two or more genes work together to produce a single trait is called what?

The condition where two or more genes work together to produce a certain trait is called.


How many genes must interact to produce a trait?

It depends on the trait. Some are Mendelian traits where there is one dominant and one recessive allele. Some traits are governed by multiple alleles, like blood groups, and some traits are governed by polygenic inheritance where several sets of genes determine the trait, like height in humans.


What is the interactive nature of polygenic genes?

Polygenic genes must interact with other genes for the individual's phenotype to be decided. Height is an example of a trait influenced by polygenic inheritance.


Genes which are linked together to produce a particular trait?

They are located on one chromosome.


Why are there so many phenotypes in polygenic inheritance?

Many genes for the same trait interact to produce a continuous range of phenotypes. An incomplete dominance is a heterozygous phenotype is somewhat between the two homozygous phenotypes.


Why do offspring have at least two genes for every trait?

because it is awesome in that way


When two or more genes work together to produce a trait is called what?

i don't freaking know.!


In plants and animals does an offspring usually inherit at least two genes for a trait?

YES


What has genes that are different for a trait?

hybrid has genes that are different for a trait,such as Tt


What if the genes for the same trait are the same?

If an individual has the same genes for the same trait, he's said to be homozygous for that trait. If he has different genes for a trait, then he's heterozygous.

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