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crazy corn,Acually you are wrong?


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Posted by shannon brown on April 25, 2003 at 00:03:38:

In Reply to: "Hybino" = hypo x albino = "Hybino" n/p posted by crazycorn on April 24, 2003 at 16:32:04:

Sorry but the person that asked needs the whole answer.
You said that albino x hypo=hybino? NO,a albino x hypo will give you all normal looking babies that are dbl-het(carrying both genes for albino and hypo.If you were to raise these up and brred them then you would (in a perfect world)produce 1 in 16 hybinos(a snake showing both traits)also called a dbl homo?
Now if its a co-dominant trait then that puts a whole diferrant paint job on things.

shannon


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