COLOR PATTERNS IN SHEEP

BY INDIANA UNIVERSITY
In many species of both plants and animals, there are color patterns. In corn, for example, different varieties produce purple pigment in the leaves, or the stem, or the whole kernel, or just part of the kernel, or any combination of these. Similarly, in animals, we often see individuals with dark markings on a lighter background color. Can we use these interesting color patterns to learn about inheritance?
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