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    Monofactorial cross with incomplete dominance.

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    4. Line A is a true-breeding line of brown mice. Line B is a true-breeding line of white mice. A male from line A is crossed to a female from line B. The resulting F1 offspring are all black. The F2 offspring have black, white, and brown mice.

    What type of interaction between genes is this?

    What proportion of sperm from the F1 is expected to carry the allele for brown coat color?

    What proportion of black, white, and brown offspring would you expect in the F2?_________________

    Diagram this cross:

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    4. Line A is a true-breeding line of brown mice. Line B is a true-breeding line of white mice. A male from line A is crossed to a female from line B. The resulting F1 offspring are all black. The F2 offspring have black, ...

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    The solution examines a cross between a male from a true-breeding line of brown mice with a female from a true-breeding line of white mice.

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