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    Draw Punnet square for a dihybrid cross

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    In a certain set of lab mice, black hair is dominant to white hair, and coarse hair is dominant to fine hair. Determine the percentage of black, fine-haired offspring that will result if two mice heterozygous for both of these traits are mated. Draw a Punnet Square to support your answer.

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    In a dihybrid cross, we study genetics of two different traits together. In the above problem, we are studying two different traits: B/b for black/white hair and C/c for coarse/fine hair distribution.

    In a dihybrid cross, we have ...

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    In a dihybrid cross, we study genetics of two different traits together. In the given problem, we are studying two different traits: B/b for black/white hair and C/c for coarse/fine hair distribution.

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