anonymous
  • anonymous
In mendel's pea, round seeds are dominant over rinkled seeds. design a simple experiment that would prove that round dominates wrinked. ( use punnet square, genotype and phenotype )
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anonymous
  • anonymous
If you draw the Punnet Square, you'll see that the upper left, the upper right, and the lower left are round seeds, and the lower right is a wrinkled seed. Therefore, you'll get 3/4 round seeds and 1/4 wrinkled seeds if you grow a ton of peas. If they match these numbers, then you prove it true, otherwise it's not true. (I don't know how to draw a Punnet Square in the math section)
anonymous
  • anonymous
well jus ell me the leters ..!!
anonymous
  • anonymous
is that SS x ss ??

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anonymous
  • anonymous
R is round, r is wrinkled R r R RR Rr r Rr rr You only get recessive traits if there are no dominant ones, so the lower right square is the only one that gives you wrinkled seeds.
anonymous
  • anonymous
okkk i got it.. can i as you one more question?
anonymous
  • anonymous
sure

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