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Unformatted text preview: Y= yellow, y= green A green seeded plant is crossed with a heterozygous yellow seeded plant, what is the probability that an offspring of these plants will have yellow seeds? Y=yellow y=green S=smooth s=wrinkled If plants that are heterozygous for two traits cross, then what is the probability that they will have an offspring with green, smooth seeds? Yellow wrinkled seeds? RR= red Rr= pink rr= white If a white and a pink flower cross, what are the chances their offspring will have white flowers?...
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 Fall '07
 Kearley
 Plants, Mitosis

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