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What would be the phenotypic and genotypic proportions
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When red phlox are crossed to white phlox, all the offspring are pink. In addition, tall plants breed true, but short plants never breed true. A cross of short plants gave 76 short and 35 tall plants; this is typical for this cross. What would be the phenotypic and genotypic proportions of offspring from crossing a red tall plant to a pink short plant?




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