Kip studies flower color in petunias, where the…

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  1. Vivian

    Vivian New Member

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    Kip studies flower color in petunias, where the allele for red flowers, R, is dominant to the allele for white flowers, r. If Kip makes the cross RR x rr, the gametes that are produced a) will all carry the r allele. B) will all carry the R allele. C) by one parent will carry R and by the other parent will carry r. D) by one parent will carry Rr and by the other parent will carry rR.
     
  2. PetersWeb

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    It would be C. They would all be Rr. I hope that helps.
     

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