Blood type is an example of codominance
, and coat color is an example of partial dominance.
In the latter, changes in community composition over the last 12,000 years are consistently characterized by the alternation and codominance
of Quercus and Pinus (Costa et al., 1990; Reille & Pons, 1992; YlI et al., 1995).
In SSI, codominance
or dominance relations between SI alleles in the ovule-parent determine the style phenotype, whereas similar or different codominance
or dominance relations in the pollen-parent determine the pollen phenotype (Ockendon 1974; Kowyama et al.
If not detoxified, they bind to macromolecules producing a hypersensitivity reaction by either cell death or neoantigen formation; therefore, patients with hypersensitivity appear to have a defect in epoxide hydrolase. Cross-sensitivity between phenytoin, phenobarbital, and carbemazepine appears to occur in 80% of patients, suggesting that patients who have had a reaction to phenytoin, phenobarbital, or carbemazepine should not be treated with these or any other arene-oxide-producing drugs. In vitro, both parents of hypersensitive individuals have demonstrated intermediate cell death, which suggests an autosomal codominance
The local codominance
of such a guild of legumes on this edaphically extreme site suggests that there is a selective advantage in the trees being ectomycorrhizal as opposed to being arbuscular (or non-) mycorrhizal.
This pattern of codominance
may reflect different advantages of each species under different environmental conditions.
The availability and abundance of SSR markers throughout the cotton genome, their polymorphic nature, codominance
, and polymerase chain reaction (PCR)-based assay make SSRs useful in detecting genetic diversity (Reddy et al., 2001).
Because the initial experiment was designed for the analysis of a fertilizer treatment response, trees were selected for codominance
in the canopy and understory trees were avoided.
They also exhibit other desired qualities, that is, neutrality, Mendelian inheritance, and codominance
. However, microsatellites probably evolve under peculiar models of mutation, and exhibit high mutation rates (Charlesworth et al.
- The mean basal areas for each species from the baseline runs [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 7A OMITTED] show a familiar successional pattern, with shade intolerant species initially dominant, but declining after reaching peak abundances between years 100 (WA) and 400 (YB), and subsequent late successional codominance
by Be and Hm.
For example, Themeda triandra, a highly palatable East African savanna grass, suffers [approximately equal to]80% mortality from ungulate grazers when not associated with other, less palatable grass species; however, as codominance
with unpalatable species increases, mortality of Themeda rapidly decreases (McNaughton, 1978).
1996), which benefit from their high polymorphism, heterozygosity, codominance
, and wide transportability across different mapping populations.