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More Crosses with Pea Plants: The Principle of Independent Assortment

Given the following matings, what are the predicted phenotypic ratios of the offspring?

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

a.

Summary Introduction

To determine: The predicted phenotypic ratio of the offsprings produced between the cross of a parent with genotype AABb × Aabb.

Introduction: The alleles are inherited from the parents to their offsprings. The genotypic ratio represents the alleles that constitute the offspring, while the phenotypic ratio represents the external features of the offspring.

Explanation of Solution

The cross between AABb and Aabb will produce the following offsprings:

...
GametesABAb

b.

Summary Introduction

To determine: The predicted phenotypic ratio of the offsprings produced between the cross of a parent with genotype, AaBb × aabb.

Introduction: The alleles are two variants of a gene. They are inherited by the offsprings from their parents. The genotypic ratio represents the alleles that constitute the offspring, while the phenotypic ratio represents the external features of the offspring.

c.

Summary Introduction

To determine: The predicted phenotypic ratio of the offsprings produced between the cross of a parent with genotype, AaBb × AaBb.

Introduction: The genotypic ratio is a mean to represent the composition of the alleles that constitute the offspring, while the phenotypic ratio represents the external characteristics expressed by the offspring.

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