In humans, the brown eye (B) is dominant to the…

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  1. Fidelix

    Fidelix New Member

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    In humans, the brown eye (B) is dominant to the blue eye allele (b). If two heterozygous mate, what will be the likely genotype and phenotype ratios of the offspring?
     
  2. Tonychakar

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    It varies due to their ancestors
     

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