allozygote

allozygote

[‚al·ə′zī‚gōt]
(genetics)
An individual who has different mutations in the two alleles at a given locus.
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For the distribution of 3:1 segregation markers, it shows significant allozygote deficiency compared with the expected distribution.
2) and the tact of significant allozygote deficiency support the hypothesis.