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Cross 1: Purple Stem (P1) x Brown Stem (P2) = F1 Generation (all purple stem plants).

Cross 2: F1 x F1 = F2 Generation (295 purple stem plants and 102 brown stem plants).


a) What is the phenotype ratio of the F2 generation?

b) What is the geneotype ratio of the F2 generation?

c) Which trait is dominant?

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