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Perform two consecutive crosses similar to those of Mendel for the following
individual plants. Plants with round seeds (RR) are crossing with plants with
wrinkled seeds (rr). After the first cross, cross the offspring together to generate
F2 offspring. What are the genotypic and phenotypic ration of F2?
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Perform two consecutive crosses similar to those of Mendel for the following individual plants. Plants with round seeds (RR) are crossing with plants with wrinkled seeds (rr). After the first cross, cross the offspring together to generate F2 offspring. What are the genotypic and phenotypic ration of F2?

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