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Rabbit colors

Postby kau » Sun Mar 09, 2014 1:37 pm

There are four rabbits. One is black and one is white and two are brown. One black and one brown are males, the other two are females. Now great things happen:
a. One black rabbit and one brown rabbit produce black and brown offsprings in a 1:1 ratio
b. One black rabbit and one white rabbit produce brown offsprings
c. One brown rabbit and another brown rabbit produce black, brown and white offsprings.
What are the genotypes for the four rabbits color genes?, it's the question.
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Postby kau » Tue Mar 11, 2014 9:16 am

A hint: Black rabbit is double dominant brown (BB). White rabbit is double recessive brown (bb).
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