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In genetics, what does co-dominance mean?

Dominant alleles need the presence of only one copy to achieve expression. Recessive alleles need two copies to achieve expression. In Co-Dominance, both alleles are expressed at the same time. 

The flower below has co-dominant alleles for red and white colouration.

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