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Re: Re: Debbie Rairdon

In a message dated 12/31/00 10:10:16 AM Mountain Standard Time, 
rainacre@aol.com writes:

 Will someone hazard a guess how two pinks can turn up a yellow?  It would 
 appear that the speculated parentage is incorrect. >>

Pink is recessive to a specific yellow, not to all of them.  If a dominant 
inhibitor eliminated one or more of the "other yellows" and the required four 
doses of the t-factor were accumulated, that would explain the pink 
appearance of the parents.  But a dominant inhibitor is effective in a single 
dose, so that one of the "other yellows" could reappear in the next 

Sharon McAllister

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