Unformatted text preview: children would have dark coloring; however, this is not the case. One of the children is light the other is dark. The first child is light, so obviously he must have homozygous recessive genotype (cc). The second one, the darker one, can be either CC or Cc. But because there is only one dominant allele C present in the parents’ genetic pool, than this child must be heterozygous. C c C CC Cc c cC cc I figured this out by drawing the square. This is the square that I used. As you can see cc has 1/4 possibility, so 25 %....
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- Fall '09
- Physical Anthropology, Zygosity, CC CC