What is phenotypic ratio, Biology

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The F2 phenotypic ratio from a dihybrid cross with epistasis was 9:3:4. If instead of a dihybrid cross, a double heterozygote was test crossed (crossed to a homozygous recessive individual), what phenotypic ratio would be expected among the offspring?


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