How is our autosomal DNA expressed?

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How is our autosomal DNA expressed?

Autosomal DNA:

Autosomal DNA refers to genes located on the 22 pairs of autosomal chromosomes. Humans have a total of 23 pairs of chromosomes. The non-autosomal pair includes the sex chromosomes which can either be X-shapes of Y shaped.

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Our autosomal DNA is expressed in a variety of traits that can be dominant, recessive, or codominant depending on the alleles, the available...

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