Autosomal Dominant mutation ( or the Autosomal Incomplete Dominant mutation) X Autosomal Dominant mutation ( or the Autosomal Incomplete Dominant mutation)


For this I'm going to use greygreen (grey) (an Autosomal Dominant mutation) x pied (the Autosomal Incomplete Dominant mutation) to create the greygreen pied. But as told before you can use any dominant mutation, the outcome is the same.


SF greygreen x SF pied gives:


  • 25% normal (pure wilcolour)
  • 25% SF greygreen
  • 25% SF pied
  • 25% SF pied SF greygreen



SF pied greygreen x SF pied greygreen gives:


  • 6,25% normal (pure wildcolour)
  • 12,5% SF pied
  • 6,25% DF pied
  • 12,5% SF greygreen
  • 6,25% DF greygreen
  • 25%  SF pied SF greygreen
  • 12,5% SF pied DF greygreen
  • 12,5% DF pied SF greygreen
  • 6,25% DF pied DF greygreen


DF pied DF greygreen x normal (pure wildcolour) gives:


  • 100% SF pied SF greygreen


DF pied SF greygreen x normal (pure wildcolour) gives:


  • 50% SF pied
  • 50% SF pied SF greygreen


SF pied SF greygreen x normal (pure wildcolour) gives:


  • 25% normal (pure wildcolour)
  • 25% SF pied
  • 25% SF greygreen
  • 25% SF pied SF greygreen


DF pied DF greygreen x SF pied SF greygreen gives:


  • 25% SF pied SF greygreen
  • 25% SF pied DF greygreen
  • 25% DF pied SF greygreen
  • 25% DF pied DF greygreen


  • DF pied DF greygreen x DF pied SF greygreen                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           
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