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Two sweat-pea plants, one with purple flowers and one with white flowers are crossed.  This results in a 3:1 ratio of white:purple flowers.  What were the genotypes of the parents? (Remember that flower color in sweet pea is an example of complementation)

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Two sweat-pea plants, one with purple flowers and one with white flowers are crossed.  This results in a 3:1 ratio of white:purple flowers.  What were the genotypes of the parents? (Remember that flower color in sweet pea is an example of complementation)

 

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