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MissAshley
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Punnett Square

Post by MissAshley » Sat Nov 28, 2009 12:18 am

Create a Punnett Square that illustrates a cross between the following individuals:
YYSs with YySs

Fill in the following blanks to correctly represent the genotypes of the F1 generation:

YYSS :
YYSs :
YYss :
YySS :
YySs :
Yyss:



Which of the following can represent the phenotypes of the F1 generation from the cross described in the previous item? (List all that apply.)

1 yellow smooth : 1 yellow wrinkled : 1 blue smooth : 1 blue wrinkled
1 yellow smooth : 2 yellow wrinkled : 2 blue smooth : 1 blue wrinkled
12 yellow smooth : 4 yellow wrinkled
3 yellow smooth : 1 yellow wrinkled




Any help is appreciated.

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Post by JackBean » Sat Nov 28, 2009 1:03 pm

What is your problem? What is so hard about to do the Punnet Square?
When you're done with that, the other will be easy ;)
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