Problem: If the two alleles for a particular gene are different the gene pair is:  a. Homologous b. Heterozygous c. Homozygous d. Dominant e. Recessive

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If the two alleles for a particular gene are different the gene pair is: 

a. Homologous

b. Heterozygous

c. Homozygous

d. Dominant

e. Recessive

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