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coat_colors_shades [2017/06/05 13:36]
becker [Chocolate (bb D-)]
coat_colors_shades [2017/06/07 12:31] (current)
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 ====== The Basic Shades ====== ====== The Basic Shades ======
  
-Understanding rabbit coat colour ​genetics is easier if you look at it in chunks.+Understanding rabbit coat color genetics is easier if you look at it in chunks.
  
 We'll start with what I call the "basic shades"​. These basic shades are controlled by two sets of genes: the Chocolate Gene, and the Dilution Gene. We'll start with what I call the "basic shades"​. These basic shades are controlled by two sets of genes: the Chocolate Gene, and the Dilution Gene.
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 ===== Chocolate - B gene ===== ===== Chocolate - B gene =====
  
-This gene has a lightening effect on [[wp>​melanin|eumelanin]] only. I.e, it has no effect on red-based ​colours+This gene has a lightening effect on [[wp>​melanin|eumelanin]] only. I.e, it has no effect on red-based ​colors
-Like most furred animals, rabbits have two alleles for this gene, with symbols B and b respectively. When B is present (BB or Bb) the brown/black eumelanin is its normal, unlightened, ​colour: Black. But when a rabbit is bb the brown is lightened to Chocolate.+Like most furred animals, rabbits have two alleles for this gene, with symbols B and b respectively. When B is present (BB or Bb) the brown/black eumelanin is its normal, unlightened, ​color: Black. But when a rabbit is bb the brown is lightened to Chocolate.
  
 ===== Dilution - D gene ===== ===== Dilution - D gene =====
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