You must enter the same number of genes in the same (locus) order for both parents.
Enter alleles per gene pair separated by a single slash "/"; separate gene pairs bij a comma ",".
When you enter an unknown allele, it can be viewed as the most recessive, and throw off the phenotype outcome.
You can design your own calculator from one of the species listed.
First choose the species you are interested in from the list. When compatible the "Design" buttons are active.
Click one of the buttons (after you read this) to generate a flexible calculator. Wizard starts up.
BETA option creates more combinations.
NOTE: You can also choose species "Other" on this page, then add genes with the green bar, Design(simple) and edit the NVL combination, etc...
In the wizard go to "Alleles info" tabpage and click on epistatic mutations like Albino/Recessive white. "Save as epistatic allele" will put the gene in the correct order (front).
If you have a cascade of epistatic genes, eg recessive red and recessive white, do the lesser epistatic genes Save-action first.
A lot of combinations become obsolete if you do this; they can be removed.
Albino blocks any pigment gene (red, black, white spotting etc...) from expressing. Recessive red blocks any black gene from expressing.
First save ("Save as epistatic allele") the recessive red allele => rec.red and the other alleles of its locus go in front.
Then save the albino allele => albino goes in front; rec.red gene alleles come after the alleles of the albino locus.
You may have to move any white spotting genes in between.
Note: you can drag all alleles of a gene at the same time in the second yellow bar.
Any non color genes can be moved in front of the albino locus or be put in a different "Phenotype group".
The generated combinations (or alleles) may be in the wrong order. You can shift them in tabpage "Combinations" in the yellow bar.
Example (rabbit): sallander => raw phenotype chinchilla + self + orange
but chinchilla + self = self, so put this combination past the self + orange = tortoiseshell and chinchilla + tortoiseshell = sallander combinations.
There is a testmodule available (tabpage "Querystring") to see the handling of the combinations on the raw phenotype from the alleles.
You can choose other modules there like fuzzy logic, wildcard, crossing-over, etc...
Don't forget to save all your data (tabpage "Save/Test").