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In pea plants, the allele for yellow seeds is dominant to the allele for green seeds. If a plant that has heterozygous yellow seed is crossed with one that has only homozygous green seeds, what percent of their first generation offspring would you expect to have green seeds? 50 percent 100 percent 0 percent 25 percent

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