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    Darwins Theory of Evolution for the Pea Plants

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    In pea plants, the allele for yellow pods is recessive to the allele for green pods. If you cross a heterozygous, green pod-producing plant with a yellow pod-producing plant, what will be the ratios of phenotypes and genotypes among their offsprings?

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    The dominant (shows up most often) gene or allele is represented with a capital letter, & the recessive gene with a lower case of that same letter.

    For Pod Color in pea, Green (G) color is dominant over Yellow (g) color. This means that the homozygous dominant (GG) and heterozygous (Gg) condition ...

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