This would indicate that the frog belongs to those animals in which the male is heterozygous for sex.
The female is heterozygous for a dominant factor (F) which is lacking in the male.
Similarly, heterozygous low nostril (table 47) should give, on our hypothesis, 50 per cent low nostril.
Since no "pinks" appeared the color is recessive, and the brother was not heterozygous for it.
The characters of certain breeds of canaries and pigeons again appear to depend upon their heterozygous nature.
This heterozygous bar female is always readily distinguishable from the normal, but can not always be separated from the pure bar.
This shows that the mother of the original high sex-ratio was heterozygous for a recessive sex-linked lethal.
Nevertheless, such a cup comb is heterozygous and produces both single-combed and Polish-combed germ-cells.
The distribution of table 35 is additional evidence of the heterozygous nature of the Silkie boot.
The White Leghorn was heterozygous in white (half of the offspring being not white) and heterozygous to barring.
heterozygous het·er·o·zy·gous (hět'ər-ə-zī'gəs)
Having different alleles at one or more corresponding chromosomal loci.
Of or relating to a heterozygote.
Relating to a cell that has two different alleles at corresponding positions on homologous chromosomes. Compare homozygous.