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Question 1: A. A plant with red leaves and the genotype RR, encoded by gene LCP, is crossed to a plant with green leaves and the genotype rr. All of the offspring have the red phenotype. Select the correct statement(s) from the four options below. a. The red phenotype is dominant to the green phenotype. b. The green phenotype is dominant to the red phenotype. c. The (R) allele is dominant to the (r) allele. d. The (r) allele is dominant to the (R) allele. B. You mate two of the offspring from the all red F1 generation and get 12 offspring in the F2 generation. Fill in the missing data in the table below based on this new cross. ! Corresponding! Genotypes: Phenotype: offspring Possible % of the Total red plants: Total green plants: Question 2: Mendels 2nd law states that during gamete formation the segregation of the alleles that dictate one trait is independent of the segregation of the alleles that dictate the other trait. A. Is Mendels 2nd law always followed? i. If not, describe any exceptions to this rule:
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