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6/11/2021Laboratory Simulation1/2Student:CarolinaQuestionsIn pea plants the purple flower allele is dominant over the white flower allele. If p represents thedominant allele and q represents the recessive allele, what are the correct genotypic ratios for flowercolor in a population that contains 90 purple flowering plants and 10 white flowering plants.p0.462pq0.44q0.10Collected Lab DataEnvironment: Clean ForestMoths ReleasedGGGGGTypica490301387456556878Carbonaria51021019018616654Total1000511577642722932Phenotype FrequencyColorInitial FrequencyFrequency G(Round to 2 decimal places)TypicaWhite0.490.94CarbonariaBlack0.510.06Allele FrequencyAlleleInitial Allele FrequencyGAllele Frequency(Round to 2 decimal places)qd0.700.97pD0.300.03Genotype FrequencyMothsGenotypeColorMothsReleasedInitialFrequencyFrequencyGNumber ofMoths GqTypicaddWhite4900.490.948762pqCarbonariaDdBlack4200.420.06
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