justuu
  • justuu
In sheep, white wool is dominant over spotted wool. If 10 purebred white wool sheep (TT) are crossed with 10 spotted wool sheep (tt), how many offspring will have spotted wool? 10 5 4 0
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aaronq
  • aaronq
If we assume independent assortment, we need only to use what a punnett square. (A punnett square is simply a tool to visualize the possible combinations alleles, btw) |dw:1449955031545:dw|
aaronq
  • aaronq
Now distribute the alleles across the boxes |dw:1449955180478:dw|
aaronq
  • aaronq
|dw:1449955260588:dw| So the only genotype possible from these crosses is Tt. The white allele (T) is dominant over the spotted allele (t), right? What will be the phenotype (in this case the colour of their fur/wool)?

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