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What did Mendel find about pea flower color?

What did Mendel find about pea flower color?

A. Crossing heterozygotes gave only plants with purple flowers 

B. Crossing homozygotes that had different phenotypes gave only plants with purple flowers 

C. Different genotypes were presented in a 3:1 ratio in the F2 generation 

D. Different phenotypes were present in a 1:2:1 ratio in the F2 generation 

E. Because the purple allele is dominant, crossing any purple flowered-plant with a white-flowered plant gave only purple-flowered offspring

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