I am not sure if this is an epigenetic question or not, I am not too familiar with this field, so I hope it makes sense. Do genes ever “fight” to express themselves? I guess they do initially when time comes for it to be decided which one gets expressed? Is one gene "stronger"? Is there an electromagnetic force play happening of sorts? Also, throughout the organism’s life are there certain genes that would try to express themselves but the “defensive” system of the organism wouldn’t allow it? Therefore, only the “dominant” genes keep expressing themselves. Does anything like this happen in the organism? My guess to this one is no, but I'm not sure. I would really appreciate any feedback!