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More Crosses with Pea Plants: The Principle of Independent Assortment

Organisms have the following genotypes. What types of gametes will these organisms produce, and in what proportions?

  1. a. Aabb
  2. b. AABb
  3. c. AaBb

a.

Summary Introduction

To determine: The gametes formed by the organism with genotype “Aabb.”

Introduction: The alleles are the two contrasting forms of a gene. The allele for a particular trait can be dominant or recessive based on their expression. The one that masks the expression of another allele is dominant, while the masked allele is recessive.

Explanation of Solution

The gametes produced by a heterozygote like “Aabb” are three. The two types of gametes are “a” and “A” and the third gamete is “b”. These gametes are independently segregated and then combined with the gametes of the other parent to produce a zygote...

b.

Summary Introduction

To determine: The gametes produced by individual “AABb”.

Introduction: The genotype is the genetic constitution of the organism, while the phenotype refers to the external characters which are visible in an organism.

c.

Summary Introduction

To determine: The gametes produced by individual “AaBb.”

Introduction: The genotype is the genetic makeup of the organism which is not visible, while the phenotype refers to the external characters that are visible in an organism.

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