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    A cross between plants with red flowers and plants with white flowers produces plants with pink flowers. If two of these pink-flowered plants are crossed, what is the chance that pink-flowered plants will be produced?
    0%, 25%, 50%, 75% or 100%

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    Hi there,

    assuming mendelian genetics with traits PP red and pp white, with Pp (pink) as F1 offspring would then result in the following F2 offspring 1PP red, 2Pp pink and 1pp white. So that is 2 pink out of 4 total. Answer is 50%.

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