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To assess Mendel’s law of segregation using tomatoes, a truebreeding tall variety (SS) is crossed with a truebreeding short variety (ss). The heterozygous F1 tall plants (Ss) were crossed to produce two sets of F2 data, as follows:
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To assess Mendel’s law of segregation using tomatoes, a truebreeding tall variety (SS) is crossed with a truebreeding short variety (ss). The heterozygous F1 tall plants (Ss) were crossed to produce two sets of F2 data, as follows:

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InYourHead
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0All you need to do is make a Punnett Square, where both parents have the genotype (S s).

kalp
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0it is simple....if F1 is selfed u get 1 SS ,1 ss and 2 Ss..the ratio is 1:2:1..this is the genotypic ratio and 3:1 is the phenotypic ratio(tall:short)
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