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As Betsy says it's unlikely that one gene were responsible. Most likely there are multiple genes involved in producing "perfect shoulder layback." Check out the chart in this article which predicts the number of genotypes from the number of genes:
Genetic and Environmental Effects on Quantitative Traits

As I found when I took genetics in college things get a little more complicated than Mendel's smooth and wrinkled peas. :( Here's a great discussion of genetics in a bit more detail: Basic Genetic Concepts

[ March 19, 2004, 06:05 PM: Message edited by: Barbara Winters ]
 
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