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Example: In labrador retrievers, the chocolate coat colour is a result of homozygosity for a gene that is epistatic to the "black vs. yellow" gene. The alleles determining whether the dog is yellow or black, are that of the hypostatic gene in this event.
Hartwell, Leland; L. Hood, M. Goldberg, A. Reynolds, L. Silver, R. Veres (2004). Genetics: From Genes to Genomes. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill, 56-57. ISBN 0-07-246248-5.
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