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A rabbit breeder crossed a pure-bred white normal- coated buck (male) with a pure- bred black Havana doe (female) with a satin coat.

A rabbit breeder crossed a pure-bred white normal- coated buck (male) with a pure- bred black Havana doe (female) with a satin coat. All the offspring were Havana blacks with normal coats in the hopes of obtaining a satin black Havana rabbit. What is the likelihood of his being successful? Show the cross and the key to explain your answer. I am not sure how to do the cross when i attempted to tanswer the question i got 3/16 but i do not think its right
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Based on the cross black coat is dominant (C) over white (c) and normal coat (N) is dominant
over satin (n).
The parents are pure bred, meaning they are homozygous for every trait. ccNN white...

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