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Would a trait that has only two distinct phenotypes more likely be a single-gene trait or a polygenic trait? How do you know?

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  1. wow i love the answers on this

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  2. i’ll give you a hint: it would be single gene trait

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  3. Okay but how do you know

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  4. A trait with two distinct phenotypes likely would be a single-gene trait. Because each gene of a polygenic trait often has two or more alleles, a polygenic trait can have many possible genotypes and phenotypes.

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