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Lovebird Genetic Calculator

Lovebird27

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Hello. Basically, I know how to use the calculator, but I have a doubt. I don’t understand what T1 or T2 mean. I’ve read their description, but it still doesn’t make sense. Can someone help, thanks.
 

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I don't think it means anything... I look at the same calculator and it's there... for just a moment. Then it disappears. This is what it looks like in the same area once the page is completely loaded.

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Hopefully that helps! :)
 

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I don't think it means anything... I look at the same calculator and it's there... for just a moment. Then it disappears. This is what it looks like in the same area once the page is completely loaded.

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Hopefully that helps! :)
Oh its something. I think it has to do
I don't think it means anything... I look at the same calculator and it's there... for just a moment. Then it disappears. This is what it looks like in the same area once the page is completely loaded.

View attachment 324777


Hopefully that helps! :)
You will see it once you mix the parblue and blue chromosomes. I think it has to do with color but I am not sure. This is what I found
 

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Lovebird27

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I don't think it means anything... I look at the same calculator and it's there... for just a moment. Then it disappears. This is what it looks like in the same area once the page is completely loaded.

View attachment 324777


Hopefully that helps! :)
There’s a significant difference between Parblue and Parblue-Blue. I am not sure if its related to T1 or T2...
 

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A par-blue bird would have the par-blue mutations on each chromosome...

A par-blue blue bird would have par-blue on one chromosome and blue on the other chromosome.


The "dark blue chromosome" seems to be talking about dark factor... it doesn't have anything to do with par-blue mutations.... or necessarily with the blue mutation at all... perhaps they were just discussing how it could appear.

In example T1, the bird received dark factor and blue mutation from the father. (most likely)

In example T2, the bird received the dark factor from the father, the blue mutation from the mother. (most likely)

Visually speaking, it's the same... a green bird with one dark factor split for blue.



Otherwise, I'm not sure.
 
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