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1. How many different phenotypes are possible in the offspring of two parents with genotypes AA and aa, where A is the dominant allele for a trait and a is the recessive allele for the same trait? (1 point)
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1. How many different phenotypes are possible in the offspring of two parents with genotypes AA and aa, where A is the dominant allele for a trait and a is the recessive allele for the same trait? (1 point)
 one year ago
 one year ago

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The only possible genotype for the offspring is Aa, so there must be only one possible phenotype.
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oldrin.batakuBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.2
@The_geek those don't correspond to distinct phenotypes, and only Aa is possible in the offspring...
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