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Unformatted text preview: AAa Bb ) was crossed to a diploid plant of the genotype( Aa Bb ). Genes A and B are on different chromosomes. Calculate the probability of getting the progeny with the following genotypes. (a) AABB (b) AaBb (c) aaBb 4. Tetraploid plants are crossed as shown below. Determine the ratio of A : a phenotypes. In all cases a single dominant allele (A) is sufficient to give the dominant phenotype no matter how many recessive alleles (a) are present. (a) AAaa x aaaa (b) Aaaa x aaaa (c) AAaa x AAaa (d) Aaaa x Aaaa...
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