2.) (6) Assume that brown eyes are dominant = B, blue eyes are recessive = b.My first wife has blues eyes. I know I am homozygous dominanta. What is her genotype?b. What are her possible gamete genotypes?c. What is my genotype?d. What are my possible gamete genotypes?What genotype(s) do you expect of our offspring? Show your work (Punnettsquare is a good idea).e.

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2.) (6) Assume that brown eyes are dominant = B, blue eyes are recessive = b.
My first wife has blues eyes. I know I am homozygous dominant
a. What is her genotype?
b. What are her possible gamete genotypes?
c. What is my genotype?
d. What are my possible gamete genotypes?
What genotype(s) do you expect of our offspring? Show your work (Punnett
square is a good idea).
e.
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2.) (6) Assume that brown eyes are dominant = B, blue eyes are recessive = b. My first wife has blues eyes. I know I am homozygous dominant a. What is her genotype? b. What are her possible gamete genotypes? c. What is my genotype? d. What are my possible gamete genotypes? What genotype(s) do you expect of our offspring? Show your work (Punnett square is a good idea). e.

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a). According to the given information, blue eye character is a recessive trait. Hence, the genotype of the blue eye female must be homozygous recessive, which could be represented as bb.

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b). As stated above, the genotype of female is bb. The female is homozygous re...

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