Noun(1) an allele that produces its characteristic phenotype only when its paired allele is identical
Adjective(1) of or pertaining to a recession(2) (of genes
(1) Normally, people do not have one blue eye and one brown eye, or half brown hair and half blond hair because most genetic traits are the result of the expression of either the dominant or the recessive genes or alleles.(2) The recessive 1930s brought the reversal of this globalism while a new one was later formed during the Cold War.(3) The real growth was 1.6% in a recessive global economic climate.(4) In a transition period, however, this may lead to a recessive pressure on the economy.(5) In order to stimulate a recessive economy and pay for the cost of escalating welfare programs, Congress will add to the national debt.(6) Short hair being dominant over long, breedings between shorthair and longhair cats will produce only shorthair kittens, unless the shorthair parent is carrying the recessive gene for long hair.(7) In modern English all the disyllabic and trisyllabic words have only recessive stress, e.g. colour, marriage.(8) There are a number of ways in which financial planning can pay off, even in a recessive economy.(9) In so-called recessive disorders, such as sickle cell disease, your child needs to inherit two bad copies of the gene - one from each parent - to develop the disease.(10) I suspect we shall see the resurgence of all sorts of recessive traits.(11) Despite the recessive market we face, we are optimistic that more business will be done than last year.(12) On occasion, families are observed where both parents have a recessive single gene disorder and yet have normal offspring.(13) Secondly; reductions in the available gene pool have almost always resulted in further proliferation of genetic disorders as recessive genes have a higher probability of combining.(14) Self-pollination in these strains was found to be controlled by duplicate, recessive genes.(15) It would operate like inbreeding, which increases the odds of offspring inheriting the same deleterious recessive allele from both parents.(16) If two of these recessives meet in an individual, their version of the trait will be expressed.
1. immodest ::
2. outgoing ::
Different Formsrecessive, recessives
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