Mendelian 1

Reciprocal f1 hybrids look the same as another f1 is

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Unformatted text preview: is by hybridizing species, crossing mostly plants. Although species are produced by hybridization, this offspring does not maintain a distinct third species. Reciprocal F1 hybrids look the same as another. F1 is uniform F2 is variable (F1 x F1) Backcrosses restore the original appearance 19th C Plant Breeders: they were interested in particular characters, e.g. intraspecific differences. Dominant/recessive already discussed, as well as true breeding. E.g. white with white stays white, some purple x purple stays purple, some not. Under...
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