A mix of blue, green, and brown eye colors.
Polygenic inheritance may be defined as the type of inheritance that are controlled by the multiple genes. Different genes are involved for the expression of a particular trait.
Polygenic inhertance is measured in the different population. Different phenotypes are observed in the traits that are controlled by polygenic inheritance. The eye color is controlled by than three different genes and different eyes color (phenotype) like brown, blue and green are observed.
Thus, the correct answer is option (2).
a mix of blue, green, and brown eye colors
-B. A mix of blue, green, and brown eye colors.
-Polygenic inheritance describes the inheritance of traits that are determined by more than one gene. These genes, called polygenes, produce specific traits when they are expressed together.
-Polygenic traits have many possible phenotypes that are determined by interactions among several alleles. Examples of polygenic inheritance in humans include traits such as skin color, eye color, hair color, body shape, height, and weight.
Polygenic inheritance is a pattern of inheritance when the trait is not controlled by one gene, but by multiple genes that each make a small contribution to the overall outcome. In this case, the trait of the eye color is controlled by different genes (for blue, green, and brown eye colors)
The right answer is B.
Polygenic inheritance is a heredity of traits that are determined by several genes. This type differs from Mendelian (monogenic) inheritance models in which traits are determined by a gene.
The polygenic traits have many possible phenotypes that are determined by interactions between multiple alleles.