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There are phenomena in morning glory.
Decolorizations (Margined or Blizzard) are dominant to a normal.
RNAi occurs these phenomena.

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Blizzard


I think that Spangle or Dominant pied in budgie may be regulated by the same system?
Are there any studies about them?

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Dominant pied
 

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I see that no one has answered yet. Since I know nothing about mutations hopefully someone will answer your question. :)
 

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Plant genetic inheritance can be predicted in the same way as animal (or bird) genetics. They are governed by the same rules

There have been numerous studies of budgie genetics which is the reason we are able to predict how the genes will be inherited. The spangle budgie you posted has 4 modifying genes that are visible. 1 is recessive, 2 are dominant and 1 is sex-linked recessive. The genes are blue, spangle, violet & opaline. It could also carry other recessive genes that are hidden
 

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Plant genetic inheritance can be predicted in the same way as animal (or bird) genetics. They are governed by the same rules

There have been numerous studies of budgie genetics which is the reason we are able to predict how the genes will be inherited. The spangle budgie you posted has 4 modifying genes that are visible. 1 is recessive, 2 are dominant and 1 is sex-linked recessive. The genes are blue, spangle, violet & opaline. It could also carry other recessive genes that are hidden
Thanks for your reply.
RNAi is dominant to normal gene in general.
The inhibition can be occurred, even if there are hetero (split).
So, I imaged dominant phenomena in budgies.
 
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