This essay focuses on reproduces with a heterozygotic woman.You will have to read and answer the following questions using Punnett Square. Answer the questions showing the steps of how you solved the equation.
You will have to read and answer the following questions using Punnett Square. Answer the questions showing the steps of how you solved the equation. Each answer should include a properly constructed Punnett square. 1.Firstly, A man with red hair (hh) reproduces with a heterozygotic woman (Hh). Does the woman have red hair? What about their children? Create a Punnett square and determine the ratio or percentage of their offspring that have red hair. 2.Secondly, As stated in the discussion of independent assortment and dihybrids above, pea color and coat texture are independent traits in pea plants. Yellow (G) is dominant over green (g) and smooth (W) is dominant over wrinkled (w). What would the phenotypic ratios of the offspring of parents with genotypes GGww and gGwW? Show your work with a Punnett square. 3.Thirdly, Review the information on Labrador retrievers above.
What are the phenotypic ratios of the F1 generation offspring of two dihybrids? Make sure to match the numbers with coat colors (e.g, which number in the ration goes with which color). Use a Punnett square to determine the ratios and show your work. Make sure to state the phenotypic ratios. Finally, what color are the parents? 4. Further, Two other Labradors mate and produce puppies. Their genotypes are Bbee and bbEe. What color are each parent and what are the phenotypic rations of their offspring in the F1 Generation? Show your work with a Punnett square.