Asked Oct 27, 2019
How many different gamete genotypes are produced in a four-gene cross with incomplete genetic linkage?
How many with complete genetic linkage?
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If the linkage is complete, there should be parental combinations only and no recombination. Example: When ordinary male wild fly with a grey body and normal wings was crossed with the female having a black body and vestigial wings, in F1, hybrids were all grey bodied and normal winged ...

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