I have a probably dumb question.
I must first admit to having forgotten much of what I was suppose to have learned in college about genetics. (You will forgive me once you've learned that I was an Art Major).
To what degree does mutation play a role in the formation of the stains of 'fancy' swordtails,etc, and how often is a true mutation found in the wild?
I have read a lot here about dominant, recessive, crosses, and what you will get if A mates with B. Does on ever breed A and B and get XYZ?
I know I have a lot of reading to do, but in the mean time can anyone set me thinking straight about the role of mutation in swordtail genetics?
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