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You must have two heterozygous 'Re' adults (I had to look that up on Finnmouse as I would ahve assumed astrex was recessive but there are a few differnet causal genes the most common being the dominant Re (rex) gene)
 

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Hi Naomi, talk about putting a weight on ones shoulders :D
The probablity is that both your astrex parents were heterozygous for rex e.g. Re/re which would give you 25% dominant Astrex, 25% Straight coat and the rest (50%) will all be homozygous for Rex e.g. Re/re
 

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dingbat said:
Hi Naomi, talk about putting a weight on ones shoulders :D
The probablity is that both your astrex parents were heterozygous for rex e.g. Re/re which would give you 25% dominant Astrex, 25% Straight coat and the rest (50%) will all be homozygous for Rex e.g. Re/re
now come here and say that to my face :lol:

so what are the babies then??

You will have to take me through all this when you come down - I'll get the kettle on ;)
 
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