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The position of the flower on the stem of garden pea is governed by a pair of alleles.

The position of the flower on the stem of garden pea is governed by a pair of alleles. Flowers growing in the axils (upper angle between petiole and stem) are produced by the action of a dominant allele T,  those growing only at the tip of the stem by its recessive allele t. Colored flowered are produced by a dominant gene C, and white flowers by its recessive allele c. Aihybrid plant with colored flowers in the axils is crossed to a pure breeding strain of the same phenotype. What genotypic and phenotypic ratios are expected in the F1 progeny? show work

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