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Chapter 13, Problem 14SQ
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Match the terms with the best description.

______ dihybrid cross a. bb
______ monohybrid cross b. AaBb × AaBb
______ homozygous condition c. Aa
______ heterozygous condition  d. Aa × Aa

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To match: The terms with their best description.

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Dihybrid cross: b. AaBb×AaBb

The cross between the individuals that are true breeding homozygous for two different alleles for two different traits gives F1 progeny that is heterozygous for alleles of the two traits. The cross between this F1 progeny is known as dihybrid cross. The given option is the self-cross between F1 progeny that is heterozygous for two alleles and for two different traits, therefore it is dihybrid cross.

Monohybrid cross: d. Aa×Aa

The cross between the individuals that are true breeding homozygous for one allele that gives different traits gives F1 progeny that is heterozygous for alleles of the traits. The cross between this F1 progeny is known as monohybrid cross. The given option is that of the self cross between F1 progeny that is heterozygous for one allele for different traits and therefore, it is monohybrid cross...

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