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Hey everyone. I need help from you again
I'm confused about phenotype and genotype ratio after you do a monohybrid cross.
for example, after the cross, I have RR Rr Rr rr, the genotype is 1:2:1 and the phenotype is 3:1, right?
but what if I have Rr Rr rr rr? Is the phenotype 2:2 and genotype 1:1?
what about Rr Rr Rr Rr?
My book doens't explain it very well, please help me guys!
Geotype means what genes are present: Rr is different from RR, which is different from rr. There are 3 cases. So in a case of Rr Rr rr rr the ratio would be 2:2=1:1. In a case of RR Rr Rr rr the ratio will be 1:2:1, because there are 3 present genotypes.
Phenotype means what genes are expressed. As you know, dominant alleles express over recessive ones, so you will only have 2 possibilities: dominant(RR or Rr) and recessive(rr). In a situation like Rr Rr rr rr the ratio is 1 dominant for every one recessive(1:1). The phenotypical ratio is the same for, let's say RR Rr rr rr(1:1) since in Rr the dominant allele expresses
However, remember, in a monohibridation cross you get 1:2:1 genotype and 3:1 phenotype., according to Mendel. The other ones are made up...
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Theres no ratio. The situation which you describe is sometimes called Mendels law of uniformity because all the progeny show the phenotype of the dominant allele, so it can be a tool to find out which allele is dominant.
A progeny with Rr Rr rr rr can only be obtained by crossing Rr with rr. A so called "test cross" with the F1 generation. It means crossing with the homozigos recessive to clearly see which kind of gamets it produces.
We have two genotypes with ratio 1:1 and we have two phenotypes with ratio 1:1.
Im new and i really need help with this Question.
In squash, the allele for white fruits (W) is dominant over the allele for yellow(w). If a white fruited plant is crossed with a yellow fruited plant and all the offspring are yellow, what are the possible genotypes of the parent and the offspring?
The allele for white fruit is W and that of yellow is w. If the cross between white fruit and yellow fruit results in only yellow offsprings, then a test cross must be performed.
Let us cross a homozygous white (WW) with a homozygous yellow (ww). We obtain the following genotypes - Ww and Ww. Since white is dominant over yellow, Ww will result in white fruited plant.
Again, if we cross a heterozygous white (Ww) with a homozygous yellow (ww), we get the following genotypes - Ww and ww, i.e., white and yellow fruited in equal ratios.
Therefore, on crossing a white fruited squash with a yellow fruited squash where white is dominant over yellow, the offsprings produced are either all white or a mixture of white and yellow in equal ratios.
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