Solve all of these problems using a Punnett Square. If you cannot reproduce the square using software, then you may do them by hand and scan in the image of your solution and submit all images in the one document.
In the eastern collared lizard, Crotaphytus collaris, commonly known as Mountain Boomers, the genes for length of tail exhibit "incomplete" dominance. Use a Punnett Square to predict the result of a cross between a homozygous Long-tailed and a homozygous Short-tailed Mountain Boomer. Use a Punnett square to predict what the offspring will look like?
In guinea pigs, black coat color (A) is dominant over white (a), short hair (B) is dominant over long (b), and rough coat (D) is dominant over smooth (d). Show the Punnett Square for a cross between a homozygous black, short-haired, rough coat guinea pig and a homozygous white, long-haired, smooth coat guinea pig. What do the offspring look like?
Color-blindness is a sex-linked recessive trait. A woman of normal vision, whose father was color-blind marries a man of normal vision whose maternal grandfather was color-blind. What type of vision will be expected in their children?
This solution carefully utilizes a Punnett square to predict what the offspring will look like.