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What is the expected phenotypic ratio of a cross
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In eggplant the allele C is needed for flower and petiole color expression while the allele c results in no color, that is, white flowers and green petioles. The allele G for dark green leaf blades is dominant to the allele g for light green leaf blades, and the allele P for purple petioles is dominant to the allele p for green petioles? What is the expected phenotypic ratio of a cross between eggplants of the genotypes CC gg pp x Cc GgPp?




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