Why are there three possible genotypes and only two resulting phenotypes?

Asked May 26, 2010
because 2 of the 3 possibilities(AA, Aa, aa) contain the dominant allele so the recessive allele's presence doesnt matter.
Answered Jun 20, 2011

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