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RE: I believe the answer is...

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Posted by: JoeyCoco at Mon Mar 4 22:27:02 2013  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by JoeyCoco ]  
   

Thanks again for your response RainShadow.
Biology is what it is, and genetics are specific. Anerythristic is a lack of red and Axanthic is a lack of yellow. One cannot...or should I say "should not", knowingly, perpetrate Anery as Axanthic, or vice versa...although, undoubtedly some do it.
When you say both mutations produce black & gray animals...I can't see that ALWAYS being the case. I would think it would depend on the base or primary color of the line. If you took 2 deep red colored Kingsville bulls, both het for "true" Axanthicism, and produced offspring...being that yellow makes up just a small part of the phenotype of that animal, I can't see it being a completely washed black & gray. And vice versa for 2 Yellow Bulls het for Anerythrism. I am new to this genetic thing, so I am inquiring and asking more so than anything. Thanks for all input.
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1.1 Trumbower Tricolor P.C.Sayi
0.1 Albino Tricolor P.C.Sayi
1.0 Normal (het.for Anery) P.C.Sayi
0.1 Whitesided (het.for Pat'less,poss.Axan) P.C.Sayi
0.1 Leucistic P.M.Mugitus


   

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