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F2 generation



(genetics) The second filial generation, which is comprised of offspring(s) resulting from a cross of the members of F1 generation.


The F2 generation is the result of a cross between two F1 individuals (from F1 generation).

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Mendel's Law

Having issues with determining the ratio. Describe the phenotypic and genotypic ratios for the F2 generation if pea plants with restricted yellow pods are crossed with true-breeding inflated green pods in the original cross and then the F1 generation is crossed.

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Sat Oct 04, 2014 2:28 pm
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Mendel's law

If the experiment wasn't controlled properly the plants could cross fertilise so you might not be observing a pure F1 generation e.g. an F1 could cross with the parent plant which could change the phenotypic ratios viewed in the next generation of plants Of course that might not be ...

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by laurak120
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