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1. A homozygous blue-eyed mouse with short whiskers mates with a
homozygous brown-eyed mouse with long whiskers. All of their
offspring have brown eyes and short whiskers. Which alleles are
dominant?
2. A homozygous five-clawed cat is crossed with a homozygous six-
clawed cat and all of the kittens have six claws. Which allele is
dominant?

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1. A homozygous blue-eyed mouse with short whiskers mates with a homozygous brown-eyed mouse with long whiskers. All of their offspring have brown eyes and short whiskers. Which alleles are dominant? 2. A homozygous five-clawed cat is crossed with a homozygous six- clawed cat and all of the kittens have six claws. Which allele is dominant?

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