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Unformatted text preview: wild type produces all long stemmed, petalless plants. What could this mean? 6. You cross the F1 to the wild type. What do you expect? 7. You cross the F1 to the short, petalless line. What do you expect? 8. You self the F1. What do you expect? 9. The following heterozygote, AaBbCcDdEe, is crossed to a line with genotype aabbccddee. What is the probability that the first progeny has the following genotype: AaBbccDdEe? 10. The following heterozygote, AaBbCcDdEe, is selfed. What is the probability that the first progeny has the following genotype: AaBbccDdEe? 11. A gamete produced by the above heterozygote has the following genotype: AABcDE. Explain its significance. 12. The heterozygote AaBbCcDdEe is crossed to a line with genotype aaBbccDdee. What is the probability that the first progeny has the following genotype: aabbccDdee?...
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This note was uploaded on 06/07/2009 for the course BIS BIS2A taught by Professor Lucacomai during the Spring '09 term at UC Davis.
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