wild-type phenotype a wild-type phenotype

Complementation occurs when an individual possessing two mutant genes has a wild-type phenotype and is an indicator that the mutations are nonallelic genes.

When the complementation test is applied to white and apricot mutations, all of the heterozygous offspring have light-colored eyes, demonstrating that white and apricot are produced by mutations that occur at the same locus and are allelic.

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