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A tall pea plant (Tt) is crossbred with another tall pea plant (Tt). The following Punnett square shows the separated alleles for two pea plants.



Which of the following shows the correct match of the box numbers and the genotype of the offspring?


Btw graph is below (ScreenShot)
A tall pea plant (Tt) is crossbred with another tall pea plant (Tt). The following Punnett square shows the separated alleles for two pea plants. Which of the f

2 Answer

  • Answer:

    B.

    Explanation:

    when you use punnett squares, you cross the different genes with themselves. if T is in the first box on both sides, the genome will be TT. if the box lines up to tt, it will be tt. the boxes on the left use the genes' first letter and the boxes on the right use the second letter.

  • The result of the cross between Tt and Tt would be TT, Tt, Tt, tt.

    Monohybrid crossing

    This is a kind of crossing involving only one trait.

    The genotype Tt will segregate to T and t respectively.

    Crossing Tt and Tt:

                           Tt   x   Tt

                       TT    Tt    Tt   tt

    Thus, box 1 will contain TT, box 2 will contain Tt, box 3 will contain Tt, and box 4 will contain tt.

    More on monohybrid crossing can be found here: https://brainly.com/question/15314052

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