Question 15 red flower color is incompletely dominant

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Question 15Red flower color is incompletely dominant to white flower color. Two redflowers are crossed. What percentage of their offspring will be red?50%A.100%B.75%C.25%D.FeedbackCorrect. RR x RR produces 100% RR (red) flowers.Classical Genetics Unit Quiz...
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Points:10 out of 10Question 16Two heterozygous individuals are crossed. What percentage of their offspringwill be heterozygous?Classical Genetics Unit Quiz...
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Points:10 out of 10Question 18What would be the result of fertilization if egg and sperm were produced bymitosis rather than meiosis?
Points:10 out of 10Question 19A female produces gametesthat have a Y chromosome onlyA.that have an X chromosome onlyB.
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Points:10 out of 10that have either an X or a Y chromosomeC.That have 2 X chromosomesD.FeedbackCorrect. Females are XX and produce gametes with an X chromosome.Question 20Alleles are different versions of aClassical Genetics Unit Quiz...
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Spring
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Biology, Genetics, Zygosity, Classical Genetics Unit, Genetics Unit Quiz, Eebb

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