Worksheet 5

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page 1 of 2 Worksheet 5 Name: 1. Suppose that flower color is inherited by simple dominance and that red flowers are dominant to white flowers. If a homozygous recessive individual is crossed with a homozygous dominant individual, what is the probability of obtaining a pink offspring? a. 100% b. 75% c. 50% d. 25% e. 0% 2. Dragon color and wing size are controlled by two separate gene loci with 2 alleles each. A dragon that is red with large wings (RrWw) mates with another that is silver with small wings (rrww). a. Write out the genotypes of the 4 gametes (of each parent) that will be used to determine the resultant offspring from the cross. RrWw: rW, RW, rw, Rw rrww: rw b. Do a Punnett Square to demonstrate all the possible resultant offsprings’ allele combinations (genotypes) from parents having genotypes RrWw and rrww. rW RW rw Rw rw rrWw RrWw rrww Rrww rw rrWw RrWw rrww Rrww rw rrWw RrWw rrww Rrww rw rrWw RrWw rrww Rrww c. What is the resultant genotypic ratio? phenotypic ratio? i.
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