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.
- Identify the inheritance pattern that creates the cream colour. Explain.
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).
- May 09, 2018 at 7:45am