semidominant


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semidominant

(ˌsɛmɪˈdɒmɪnənt)
adj
producing an intermediate, heterozygous phenotype
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Allele 3111C is associated with extreme eveningness and shiftwork with semidominant influence on sleep phases without having an obvious influence on morning/evening preferences.
Therefore, ApoE4 is thought to be an important gene in the semidominant inheritance of sporadic late-onset AD [14, 15].
Studies have confirmed the presence of the semidominant IP allele and the dominant I allele in the pig, which are both associated with a duplication of the KIT gene (Johansson-Moller et al., 1996).
There are few dominant or semidominant Cl- channel mutations in which dominant negative heterodimerization with normal subunits causes the disease phenotype.
CMT2A is the most prevalent type of axonal dominant form, occurring in up to 20% of all CMT2 patients, although recent findings of recessive or semidominant forms suggest a multiple inheritance pattern [65].
According to this theory, the female allele is dominant, the hermaphrodite is semidominant, and the male allele is recessive.
Semidominant soybean mutation for resistance to sulfonylurea herbicides.