This has many examples of Incomplete Dominance, including a Punnett Square, which is why I chose it
In the 3rd paragraph, it reads, "Incomplete dominance, the heterozygous genotype exhibits an intermediate phenotype." I choose this because Mendel researched genetics. A quote from the expert seems appropriate, honestly
Incomplete dominance is a genetic term when an allele for one trait only partly dominates an allele for another. I choose this link because a few examples almost seems needed.
Incomplete dominance is when a dominant allele is not completely expressed. The recessive trait is shown with the dominant trait. I choose this because it's definition of Incomplete Dominance is worded in a way that I, an 8th grader, has no trouble understanding.