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Two true-breeding parents have different phenotypes for a single trait, and produce offspring that are all phenotypically unlike either of them for the trait. (For example, if the parents are white-haired and red-haired, the offspring are all green haired.) List and briefly explain three different genetic causes for this inheritance pattern.
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