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Unformatted text preview: Dominant epistasis (pages 243 to 244) Foxglove (Digitalis purpurea) D = dark red d = light red W = no color in the petals (except for the spots in the throat of the flower) w = inactive form of the gene Dominant epistasis due to a white mutation gene D gene W enzyme D precursor red pigment Dwa red ddWW white P Dwa X ddWW F1 DdWw (white) F2 9 D-W- white 3 D-ww red 3 ddW- white 1 ddww pale red ...
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