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What is an allele? a variant form of a gene

a unit of heredity that is transferred from parent to offspring****

a trait that appears in an offspring if one of the parents contributes it

a trait that can be masked

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  1. An allele is one of two, or more, versions of the same gene at the same place on a chromosome.

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