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In peas, dwarf (t) is recessive to tall (T), green (y) is recessive to yellow

(Y), and wrinkled (s) is recessive to smooth (S). What is the probability of getting a progeny plant that is phenotypically dwarf, green and smooth, if two plants, each heterozygous for all three genes, are crossed with each other?

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