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4. (2 points) Three gene pairs located on separate autosomes determine flower color and
shape as well as plant height. The first pair exhibits incomplete dominance, where the
color can be red, pink (the heterozygote), or white. The second pair leads to personate
(dominant) or peloric (recessive) flower shape, while the third gene pair produces either
the dominant tall trait or the recessive dwarf trait. Homozygous plants that are red,
personate, and tall are crossed to those that are white, peloric, and dwarf. Determine the
F1 genotype(s) and phenotype(s).
If the F1 plants are interbred, what proportion of the offspring will exhibit the same
phenotype as the F1 plants? 5. (2 points) In a species of the cat family, eye color can be gray, blue, green, or...
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This note was uploaded on 10/24/2012 for the course BIO 231 taught by Professor Cults during the Spring '12 term at University of Texas at Austin.
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