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Unformatted text preview: 3. In rabbits, a series of multiple alleles controls coat color in the following way: C is dominant to all other alleles and causes full color. The chinchilla phenotype is due to the c ch allele, which is dominant to all alleles other than C . The c h allele, dominant only to c a (albino), results in the Himalayan coat color. Thus, the order of dominance is C > c ch > c h > c a . For each of the following three cases, the phenotypes of the P generations of two crosses are shown, as well as the phenotype of one member of the F 1 generation. For each case, determine the genotypes of the P generation and the F 1 offspring (use dashes if appropriate). In addition, predict the phenotypic results of making each cross between F 1 individuals as shown. a. Himalayan X Himalayan Full color X Albino i Albino X Chinchilla i ?? b. Albino X Chinchilla Full X Albino i Albino X Full ?? c. Chinchilla X Albino Full X Albino Himalayan X Himalayan i ??...
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