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I need some help with this question please: I believe the punnett square should be PPxpp = Pp Pp Pp, pp is this right? and what is the pattern?

I need some help with this question please: I believe the punnett square should be PPxpp = Pp Pp Pp, pp is this right? and what is the pattern? Thanks


A species of corn has three colours. Corn may be yellow, white or cream coloured. The cream colour is a mix of the yellow and white colours. 


Yellow and white corn are both homozygous while cream-coloured corn are heterozygous. 


Use a Punnett square to find out the percent probability of producing cream coloured corn from a cross between yellow and white corn. Describe the resulting offspring from the parental cross.

  1. Identify the inheritance pattern that creates the cream colour. Explain.

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The cross between PP and pp plant will only produce the progeny of genotype "Pp" only. So the given genotypes in the question... View the full answer

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  • Sorry for missing part: Incomplete dominance occurs when neither P nor p is completely dominant over another, resulting in production of with an intermediate between yellow and white color ( cream).
    • Dr.Mariko
    • May 09, 2018 at 7:45am

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