Red-flowering snapdragons are homozygous for allele R I . White-flowing snapdragons are homozygous for a different allele ( R 2 ). Heterozygous plants ( R 1 R 2 ) bear pink flowers. What phenotypes should appear among first-generation offspring of the crosses listed? What are the expected proportions for each phenotype? a. R 1 R 1 × R 1 R 2 b. R 1 R 1 × R 2 R 2 c. R 1 R 2 × R 1 R 2 d. R 1 R 2 × R 2 R 2

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Red-flowering snapdragons are homozygous for allele RI. White-flowing snapdragons are homozygous for a different allele (R2). Heterozygous plants (R1 R2) bear pink flowers. What phenotypes should appear among first-generation offspring of the crosses listed? What are the expected proportions for each phenotype?

  1. a. R1R1 × R1R2
  2. b. R1R1 × R2R2
  3. c. R1R2 × R1R2
  4. d. R1R2 × R2R2

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