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HELP Medal will be awarded!!!!! True-breeding smooth peas are crossed with true-breeding wrinkled peas. The first-generation offspring are smooth. What are the allele combinations of these peas? Which allele is dominant, smooth, or wrinkled? If the first-generation offspring are crossed with each other, what will the Punnett square of this cross look like? PLEASE HELP FAST

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  1. anonymous
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    |dw:1435252215379:dw|

  2. anonymous
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    Smooth peas are dominant

  3. anonymous
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    And......

  4. anonymous
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    |dw:1435252317561:dw|

  5. anonymous
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    They're S's Btw

  6. anonymous
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    Sorry that it's so sloppy

  7. anonymous
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    These helped a lot. Thank you! @Tide_Poole

  8. anonymous
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    Your So Very Welcome

  9. anonymous
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    These things get a whole lot easier once you get the hang of it

  10. anonymous
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    yeah I hope so @Tide_Poole

  11. anonymous
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    It will

  12. anonymous
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    Just Practice a little

  13. anonymous
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    What grade you in?

  14. anonymous
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    Oh well

  15. anonymous
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    Doesn't matter

  16. anonymous
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    Going into 8th.

  17. anonymous
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    @Tide_Poole ^^^^

  18. anonymous
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    Cool

  19. anonymous
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    I'll be in tenth this year

  20. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    I started to do punnett squares in 6th grade

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