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Questions: 1. When you test cross, do you always cross with recessive genotypes? a. For example there was a problem in chapter 3 #39 that had a/a; b/b; C/C and they crossed it with AA/BB/cc (which wasn’t given) so I’m wondering if that is a testcross or just a random genotype?
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Unformatted text preview: 2. In chromosomes, can there ever be like ________A ___________B ________a ___________b ?? Such as can it be Meiosis, Meiosis II or Mitosis or do they always have to be identical alleles? Such as AA, BB, etc. 3....
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