Dihybrid Cross

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VPer
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Dihybrid Cross

Post by VPer » Tue Mar 18, 2008 4:57 am

I'm struggling with this problem:

A female fly with alleles S and C is mated with a wild-type male fly. F1 progeny is found to be 50% wild-type and 50% C (phenotypes). Draw the Punnet square for this cross.

I would also need help in determining the punnet square for the F2 progeny.

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Post by Cat » Tue Mar 18, 2008 5:43 pm

I provided an answer for your question on my web. Please, visit
http://science-ed.fullsubject.com/1-on- ... t15.htm#28

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