c)What percentage of the offspring will be red? ________3)What is the probability of each of the following sets of parents producing the given genotypes in their offspring?
4)The common grackle is a species of robin-sized blackbirds that are fairly common (hence thename) over most of the United States. Suppose that long tails (L) weredominantto short tails inthese birds. A female short-tailed grackle mates with a male long-tailed grackle who had oneparent with a long tail and one parent with a short tail.
a)What is the male'sgenotype?b)How many of eachgenotypecould be found in theF1generation? List the genotypesand their probability .c) How many of eachphenotypewill be found in theF1generation? List thephenotypes and their probability.5) In a species of snake, long fangs are dominant to short.