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Examine the pedigree in Figure 14–3. The allele for the presence of a white forelock is dominant. What is the probability of the couple labeled 2 of having a child with a white forelock? (1 point) 25% 50% 75% 100%

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Which enzyme(s) in Figure 14–8 would be best for cutting DNA to make fragments with sticky ends? (1 point) EcoRI and HaeIII HaeIII and BamI HaeIII alone EcoRI and BamI this is also the question to the other picture, could you please help me with this too please?
I believe it my be 75% Not sure. Sorry.
hey it's better than me drawing blanks, thanks for the help. could you help with the other one too please/
I think it maybe D. EcoRI and BamI Again not sure.
thanks, that's what i guess too.

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