Hi - I have a lab and need assistance interpreting the results of an experiment done to see if a gene was sex-linked or autosomal,
white eyed female crossed with wild-type male
F1 Results: 52 white eyed females and 47 red-eyed (wild-type) males
sepia eyed female crossed with wild type male
F1 Results: 34 red-eyed (wild-type) females and 36 red-eyed (wild-type) males autosomal
were these genes (white eyed and sepia eyed) autosomal or sex linked and then, how would I explain the data?
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