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F2 plants segregate 3/4 colored: 1/4 colorless. if a colored plant is picked at random and selfed, what is the probability that both colored and colorless plants will be seen among a large number of its progeny?
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Suppose, C represents colored allele and c represents colorless one. Now, the F2 plants
would be 1/4 CC, 1/2 Cc, and 1/4 cc according to Mendels law.
Case I
If a CC plant is crossed with itself...