Is Eye Colour An Example Of Multiple Alleles?

Yes, eye colour is an example of multiple alleles.

They are more than two alleles encoding for the same. In multiple allelism, different forms of the same gene exist in a population. Such three or more variants for the same gene are referred to as multiple alleles. There are 2 major eye colour genes and 14 more genes determining the expression of this phenotype. A carried number of alleles contribute to each colour which is found to be X-linked.

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