Genotypes are crossed ttyypp x ttyypp - Genetics Biology, Basic Statistics

Consider the given below.

T _ tall is dominant to dwarf (tt).
Y _ yellow seed is dominant to green seed (yy).
P _ purple flower is dominant to white flower (pp).

If plants with the following genotypes are crossed TtYYPp   x   TtyyPp,

What is the probability of getting the following in their offsprings.

(Follow the proper procedure in solving this problem.Apply the product law of probability.)

a. TTYyPp
b. ttyyPp
c. tall, yellow, purple
d. dwarf, green, white

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