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Okay yeah here the first A gardener crosses tall true-breeding pea plants with short true-breeding ones. Tall plants are dominant to short ones. He collects the seeds to grow F1 plants and then allows them to self-pollinate to form an F2 generation. Which of the following describes the traits of the offspring correctly?
Uh well 25% should be short true breeding pea plants while 75% should be tall. I don't know, was that what you were asking?

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well the answers it give are confusing... it has A) Three fourths of the F1 and one half of the F2 plants will be tall B) All of the F1 and three-fouths of the F2 plants will be tall C) Three- fourths of the F1 and all of the F2 plants will be tall
It would be B because in the F1 generation all are dominant because if you crossed TT (for tall true breeding pea plants) with tt (short true breeding pea plants) then you get 100% dominant Tt.
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I should as do any of you go there first, i guess
Thanks:) that was right okay hold on and i'll type the next question...
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In a living organism, at which stage does segregation of gene pairs takes place? A) Ovulation B) gamete formation C) Fertilization
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and the answer is b
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If a plant has the TtSs genotype, what would the genotypes of its gametes be? Tt, Ss, Ts, and ts TT, tt, SS, and ss Ts, ts, tS. and ts
And btw that answer was right to the last one so thanks again:)
No problem but I don't really understand this one sorry
its okay:) i'll see what i can do
yeah i guessed and jus got it right... its C
Oh ok well good job then

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