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    which of the following statement is correct?
    a)multiple alleles for the same gene are always co dominant.
    b)when there are only two alleles of a particular gene,one alleles is always recessive to the other.
    c)in different indivual, the identities of dominant and recesive alleles of genes can differ.
    d)each gene codes for one protein, and each allele of a gene codes for a particular version of the protein.

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