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Unformatted text preview: of the other parent written on one side. The number of cells in the square is therefore equal to the number of gametes that one parent can produce multiplied by the number of gametes that the other parent can produce. Example: Let T = tall, t = short F = inflated, f = constricted List the phenotypes produced by the following cross: TtFf X ttFf Step 1: List the kind of gametes produced by each parent. TtFf can produced TF, Tf, tF and tf. ttFf can produce tF and tf. Step 2: Construct a Punnett square. The Punnett square above shows that eight different genotypes are produced. The phenotype for each is listed in the table below. Genotype Phenotype tTFF, tTFf, tTfF tall, inflated tTff tall constricted ttFF, ttFf, ttfF short inflated ttff short, constricted...
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This note was uploaded on 12/15/2011 for the course BIO BSC1010 taught by Professor Gwenhauner during the Fall '10 term at Broward College.
- Fall '10