How is a homozygous organism different from a heterozygous?

A homozygous organism contains two identical allelic genes (for example, both genes of green seeds or, conversely, both genes for yellowness of seeds). If allelic genes are different (i.e., one of them determines yellow and the other green color of seeds), then such organisms are called heterozygous.

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