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What are the gametes that can be produced by AABBcc and AAbbCc? Can someone help me out?

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  1. anonymous
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    ABc or Abc. There are only two possibilities since the individual is homozygous for alleles A and C. There are two options for B, either B or b. There is a 50% chance of either gamete. Gametes for AaBBCc: ABC, aBC, ABc and aBc. There are four possibilities in this case, because the individual is heterozygous for two of the genes and homozygous for gene B. There is a 25% chance of each gamete.

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    hope that helps. =)

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