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Quiz 2 Key - You want to establish a true breeding line of...

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You want to establish a true breeding line of brown rabbits with the following allels: “B” brown color, “b” white color. You have information of the genotype. Which genotype should you use? a. BB b. Bb c. bB d. only Bb or bB e. All of the above genotypes are equally suited. In a simple Mendelian monohybrid cross, true-breeding pea plants with purple flowers are crossed with pea plants with white flowers, and the F 1 plants, which all had purple flowers, were pollinated with themselves. What fraction of the F 2 generation both have purple flowers and are heterozygous? a. ½ b. ¼ c. 3/4 d. 1/3 e. 2/3 Which statement about an individual that is homozygous for an allele is NOT true? a. Each of its cells possesses two copies of that allele. b. Each of its gametes contains one copy of that allele. c. It is true-breeding with respect to that allele. d. Its parents were necessarily homozygous for that allele. e. It can pass that allele to its offspring.
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