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Y versus y or who is the mutant

This is what you said a second time!
<The mutated "Y" gene is the "y" allele, which is the non-functional 
<gene - actually it's the enzyme that "y" produces that is 
<non-functional.  I wish you would learn how to read before you 
Ben Z,It should be:
 Y is the mutated less functional gene and y is the wildtype gene 
for green Why Y for a mutated gene? Because it is a dominant 
gene. By the way the convention how to write wildttype and mutant 
genes is different for each organism studied! 

Ben J.M.Zonneveld
Clusius lab pobox 9505
2300 RA Leiden
The Netherlands
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