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The difference between a gene and an allele?

A gene is a segment of DNA that codes for a functional product (protein). This influences an organism's traits. An allele is a form of a gene. For example, the alleles for A

What is the difference between a gene and an allele?

A gene is a part of the DNA. Alleles on the other hand refer to different versions of the same gene. There are other more subtle differences between the two and this is what w

What are the differences between alleles and genes?

An allele is a form of a gene. Basically, in simple Mendelian genetics, there are two genes that can be expressed: the dominant form and the recessive form. A pea plant can be

What is the difference between allele and a gene?

An allele is a sequence variant of a gene. alleles - a pair of genes controlling the same characters which are located at the same locus in the homologous chromosomes. gene is
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What is the relationship between an allele and a gene?

All chromosomes consist of genes and non coding material. Animals with chromosomes arranged in the double helix pattern have two almost identical genes on the chromosomes oppo
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What is the difference between a gene and allele?

A Gene is specific chromosomal trait which determines something physical while an allele is the external possibilities of differing genes when passing hereditary traits from p
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Difference between a gene and an allele?

The alleles are the different forms of the gene. This is simplified, but an example might be, if the gene is "eye color," the alleles would be "green, blue, brown, etc." The v