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i_hate_fish
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Post by i_hate_fish » Tue Apr 25, 2006 10:29 am

thanks...i worked it out...i was being amazingly stupid...
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Re: genotypes

Post by canalon » Tue Apr 25, 2006 5:46 pm

i_hate_fish wrote:can anyone help please?


Punnet?

Seriously, This is easy if you think about it.
I suggest that you search in your textbook the definitions of dominant, recessive, and true breeding. Then you will be able to make a few supposition on the genotype of both parents. You draw all the punnet squares of your different hypothesis and you see which would give the outcome observed.
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