You are studying inheritance patterns in toads. You have two populations
of toads that you consider to be "true breeding." One population produces toads that are bumpy-backed and produce a lot of slime on their back. The other population have smooth backs and are relatively slime-free. You breed these populations together. You find that the first generation (F1) of offspring all exhibit dry, bumpy backs. Next, you breed this new toad generation among themselves.
Select all the true statements.
Group of answer choices
-The bumpy condition is dominant.
-The slimy condition is recessive.
-The F1 generation contains individuals who are all homozygous for both genes.
-The bumpy condition is recessive.
-The experiment wherein F1 generation's individuals are bred with one another is called a monohybrid cross.
-The slimy condition is dominant.
-The F1 generation contains individuals who are all heterozygous for both genes.
-The experiment wherein F1 generation's individuals are bred with one another is called a dihybrid cross.
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