a) An F1 x F1 self-fertilization gives a 9:7 phenotypic ratio in the F2. What phenotypic ratio would you expect if you test-crossed the F1? b) An F1 x F1 self-fertilization gives a 9:3:4 phenotypic ratio in the F2. What phenotypic ratio would expect if you test-crossed the F1? you c) An F1 x F1 self-fertilization gives a 15:1 phenotypic ratio in the F2. What phenotypic ratio would expect if you test-crossed the F1? you

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a) An F1 x F1 self-fertilization gives a 9:7 phenotypic ratio in the F2. What phenotypic ratio would you
expect if you test-crossed the F1?
b) An F1 x F1 self-fertilization gives a 9:3:4 phenotypic ratio in the F2. What phenotypic ratio would
expect if you test-crossed the F1?
you
c) An F1 x F1 self-fertilization gives a 15:1 phenotypic ratio in the F2. What phenotypic ratio would
expect if you test-crossed the F1?
you
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a) An F1 x F1 self-fertilization gives a 9:7 phenotypic ratio in the F2. What phenotypic ratio would you expect if you test-crossed the F1? b) An F1 x F1 self-fertilization gives a 9:3:4 phenotypic ratio in the F2. What phenotypic ratio would expect if you test-crossed the F1? you c) An F1 x F1 self-fertilization gives a 15:1 phenotypic ratio in the F2. What phenotypic ratio would expect if you test-crossed the F1? you

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