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Asked Oct 23, 2019

A TT (tall) plant is crossed with a tt (short plant). Create the cross and answer the following questions.

  1. What is the phenotypic ratio?
  2. What is the genotypic ratio?
  3. What % will be tall?
  4. What % will be short?
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Step 2

The genotype is defined as the number of sets of genes present in the cell of an organism. While the phenotype is defined as the expression of the traits or characters.

In the given question tall plant having genotype, TT is crossed with a short plant having tt genotype.

Step 3

In the given question only one trait is specified thus, it is a type of monohybrid cross. The Punnett square depicts the result of the cross. In a Mendelian cross, the parent is crossed, and the progeny obtained is known as the F1 generation.

In the given question, tall an...

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Parents:
F1 generation
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Selfing
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Punnett square
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T T xt t Parents: F1 generation Tt Tt Tt Selfing Tt T TT T tt Tt Punnett square Tt

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