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Please answer a and b and explain how you came up with the ratio?

What genotypes would be expected for the offspring
from the following matings? What are the phenotypic
ratios for each cross? Explain how you came up with
this ratio?
а. AАB х аaBB
b. AаBB x АABЬ
c. AaBb x aabb
d. AaBb x AaBb
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What genotypes would be expected for the offspring from the following matings? What are the phenotypic ratios for each cross? Explain how you came up with this ratio? а. AАB х аaBB b. AаBB x АABЬ c. AaBb x aabb d. AaBb x AaBb