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in cattle, black coat (B) is dominant to red coat (b). hornless (H) is dominant to horned (h). a certain bull was mated to four cows. cow 1, black and hornless, gave birth to a hornless red calf. cow 2, hornless and red, gave birth to a horned black calf. cow 3, horned and black, gave birth to a horned red calf. cow 4, horned and red, gave birth to a hornless black calf. what is the genotype of the bull? what are the possible genotypes of each of the cows and their calfs?

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  1. amistre64
    • 5 years ago
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    been to long for me to recall the 'rules'

  2. anonymous
    • 5 years ago
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    k

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