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A pea plant with yellow round (Y_R_) seeds is crossed with a second pea plant with green wrinkled (yyrr) seeds. What would the phenotypes of the offspring be if the yellow round pea plant was homozygous for both traits?
 

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All yellow round

 

1 yellow round : 1 green wrinkled

 

3 yellow round : 1 green wrinkled

 

1 yellow round : 3 green wrinkled

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