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co·dom·i·nant

 (kō-dŏm′ə-nənt)
adj.
1. Of or relating to two alleles of a gene that are both fully expressed in a heterozygote.
2. Being one of two or more of the most common or important species in an ecological community and influencing the presence and type of other species in the community.

codominant

(kəʊˈdɒmɪnənt)
adj
(Genetics) genetics (of genes) having both alleles expressed equally in the phenotype of the organism
coˈdominance n
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Microsatellites are nuclear-encoded, codominant markers that have characteristically high mutation rates and, hence, a high degree of allelic variation.
sativa is under the partial genetic control of codominant alleles.
Codominant, multiallelic, and highly polymorphic microsatellite markers are suitable tools for examination of genetic variation and population structure.
Asplenium viride was found in few plots in the Maykhura valley in the Hissar Mts as a codominant species on solid marl face with northern exposure Gymnocarpium fedtschenkoanum, similarity to the European populations, inhabits in Tajikistan mainly limestone rock faces.
Heights of codominant canopy trees typically reach 89 to 112 feet (27 to 34 meters) in 50 to 60 years.
Microsatellites are being used in diversity studies due to their codominant, highly polymorphic nature and availability throughout the genome and thus microsatellites are identified as reliable markers in chickens (Hillel et al.
1]2 corresponding to the presence of two codominant alleles, [Ak.
d) Based on model assuming codominant polymorphisms and dichotomous sun exposure and a multiplicative interaction term between them.
Baldcypress are canopy dominants at this site, with some codominant water tupelo.
Analysis of molecular data from dominant or codominant markers; cluster analysis: Tocher optimization method, hierarchical, graphic dispersion and 2D and 3D projection.
3] D SD Tr Ftr Ftr Ftr D = Dominant (> 50%) CD = Codominant (subequal abundance of major components) SD = Subdominant (20%-50%) Ac = Accessory (5%-20%) Tr = Trace << 5%) FTr = Faint trace <<1%) [L.
Development of a codominant PCR-based marker for the wheat Wx-B1 null allele.