A woman buys red-flowering and blue-flowering plants of the same species and plants them in her garden. The plant undergoes both self-fertilization and cross-fertilization. The woman collects seeds and plants them the following spring. What can the woman expect to observe in the flowers of the new generation of plants if the gene for flower color is codominant? (1 point)plants with red flowers and plants with blue flowers plants with both red and blue flowers plants with red flowers, plants with blue flowers, and plants with purple flowers plants with purple flowers
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I am sorry I don't know the exact answer, but if I were to guess I would guess B or C. Sorry there's no specifics:(
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i think its C, those that underwent self fertilization would come out individually as blue flowers and red flowers, but then those that underwent cross fertilization would have to mix, thats like blue and red mixing, since the genes are co-dominant it means that both the red and the blue would have to express them selves in the offspring, the only way that red and blue can be expressed at a time in a single flower is if they mix to give purple. get it?
I just did my research on it from several other websites, and I found that the most likely or probable if you will would be answer D. One site I used was the website Weegy. Hopefully this helped!