ShadowCain
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In pea plants, tall (T) plants are dominant over short (t) plants. If a heterozygous (Tt) pea plant is crossed with a homozygous dominant (TT) pea plant, all of the resulting pea plants should be tall (TT or Tt). Each plant will receive a dominant allele from the homozygous dominant plant, while they could receive either a dominant or recessive allele from the heterozygous plant. The fact that each plant gets only one allele from each parent plant is detailed in the Law of _______. A. Independent Assortment B. Multiple Alleles C. Segregation D. Genetic Inheritance
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anonymous
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Aye, I think D as well.
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Thanks

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No problem, you keep giving me medals :)

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