Can anyone clarify my confusion about that the epistasis seen in "Labradors , an example of recessive or dominant epistasis? ? I am not getting definite results . It's dominant somewhere and recessive in some.:( May anyone provide me with some definite sources?? Thank you! !:)
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I agree that the question is unclear. I personally don't know the example of the labrador and would need a reference (or a description from you) to talk about this specific case study.
The following tables are displaying all possible kind of interactions (in a haploid and in a diploid) of two bi-allelic loci. Hope that helps! source (wiki)
For Haploids (the concept of dominant epistasis does not apply)