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Unformatted text preview: d to each other. grandparent 1: SSTTUU normal length, wild type eye color, forked tongue grandparent 2: ssPuu short length, teal eyes, unforked tongue The F1 are 100% SsTtUu normal length, wild type eye color, forked tongue F1 are crossed with each other What propor,on of F2 offspring would have normal length, teal eyes, and unforked tongues? You may provide the answer as a frac,on or a decimal. The ra,o mul,plica,on method from the book and lecture is the easiest way to do this problem as long as the loci have complete dominance and 3:1 expected phenotypic ra,os at each locus and the loci are unlinked: normal length = ¾ of offspring teal eyes = ¼ of offspring unforked tongue = ¼ of offspring ¾ * ¼ * ¼ = 3/64 = 0.047 A question from las...
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