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8. There are two true breeding strains of pygmy guinea pigs. Strain A has small bodies and short legs. Strain B has large bodies and long legs. You cross strain A males with strain B females, and find that the offspring all have large bodies and long legs. From a cross of F1 animals, you obtain the following: 379 large bodies, long legs 127 large bodies, short legs 168 small bodies, short legs a. Please fill in the genotypes of the F2 progeny on the lines above. b. What fraction of large bodied, long legged F2 guinea pigs are homozygous for all genes present? Answers on next page.
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