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When an organism is heterozygous at a specific locus for a gene and carries one dominant and one recessive allele, the organism will express the dominant phenotype. These alleles vary in their sequences in their respective loci. During their expression (translation), how does the protein encoded by the sequence of the dominant allele express over the protein encoded by the sequence of the recessive allele?

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