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Breeding Retics


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Posted by butterbee on May 10, 2003 at 18:10:55:

In Reply to: Breeding Retics posted by MikeWilbanks on May 10, 2003 at 17:14:10:

:I am working on a part of my site where you simply pick your male, then pick your female and the outcome is displayed. It's under the resource part and called the "Genetics Guru". Remember it is still in development. Your results are below.

Thanks Mike. That's the answer I was looking for. I need someone to help me understand how you got those percentages. I know its nature and those are only possible outcomes but I need to know if N is normal and a is albino, t is tiger what would Naaa be? Would the normal gene mask the albino gene because it is dominant. Also what would NaNN be? Het or just a normal? Like I said I get a little lost



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