Posted by Michael Talbot on August 04, 1999 at 10:03:54:
I have a female albino camel, two female calves out of the former and a female calve from a one of the Albinos daughters. So put simply I have three generations of camels, the albino and her progeny. I believe albinism is recessive but would like to try and breed another albino. I also believe that the albino female won’t have albino progeny but if I was to cross a male and female from her the chance would be 1 in 4 of gaining albino offspring.
Is the statement about crossing brother/sister true?
Would a son/daughter cross be the same?
If I crossed a forth generation male with a second generation female, what would the result be?
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