This is for creative writing, so feel free to take any liberties in assuming the theoretical world's other aspects!
- A high school student from Texas
May 7, 2018
In a dominance series, version A of the gene is dominant to version B, which is in turn dominant to version C. We can represent this as A > B > C.
For our unicorns, average horns are dominant to big horns. Big horns are dominant to curved horns. Finally, curved horns are recessive, completing our dominance series A > B > C.
When we have three alleles, we have six possible genotypes. For our unicorns, they are as follows: