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criss-cross inheritance


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The transmission of a gene from mother to son or father to daughter; e.g. in X-chromosome linkage. Classical examples are wing colour in the magpie moth (Abraxus), and feather pattern (barred v. non-barred) in chickens.

Subjects: Zoology and Animal Sciences.


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