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The dominant traits in Mendel's pea plants were green pea pods (G) and round peas (R). Yellow pea pods (g) and wrinkled peas (r) were recessive.

The dominant traits in Mendel's pea plants were green pea pods (G) and round peas (R). Yellow pea pods (g) and wrinkled peas (r) were recessive. If you bred plants heterozygous for both characters, GgRr, with each other, how many more plants with green pea pods and round peas would result, on average, than plants with yellow pea pods and round peas?


A. three times as many

B. one-fourth as many

C. nine times as many

D. one-half as many

E. five times as many

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