Pink eye is recessive, but it isn't albinoism like in many other species. I have both males and females that have pink eyes. TheFunMouse has some good pages on colors under varieties and genetics.
Then you could also have a black peid (spotted) angora satin with black eyes that gives birth to six healthy babies, eats three of them and then leaves you with three pink eyed whites in satin. I wish someone had shown her a punics cube and explained the 75% to 25% ratio. I wanted more like her. *pouts*SarahY said:Hi Paul,
You are correct that breeding albino (c/c) to a coloured mouse (C/C), would result in coloured mice carrying albino (C/c). Breeding these togther (C/c x C/c) would 75% coloured mice and 25% albinos. This is obviously simplified, there's a lot of other stuff going on!
Hope this helps you!
Here you go.......paul brockman said:what varieties are Dominent ,what are Recessive
Bingo!paul brockman said:am I right in thinking c/c is recessive and C/C dominant ? in other words lower case recessive upper case dominant ?