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Punnett square: listing off spring genotpye and phenotype as ratios.1. two hetrozygous white rabbits are crossed. ( brown fur is recessive)

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Punnett square: listing off spring genotpye and phenotype as ratios.

1. two hetrozygous white rabbits are crossed. ( brown fur is recessive)

 

 

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Step 1

Genotype in genetics refers to the genetic composition of the organism. Phenotype in genetics refers to the morphological appearance of the organism that is controlled by the genotype. When the two alleles that are expressed in the chromosome of an organism are non-identical, the condition is called heterozygous condition.

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In heterozygous organisms, there are two different alleles present for one gene. Here, two heterozygous white rabbits are crossed in which brown fur is the recessive. The heterozygous white rabbits contains one ...

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X Ww Parent generation Ww Offspring generation W wW Ww W (White) (White) Ww w ww (White) (Brown)

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