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Punnett Square on a dihybrid cross

You do a Punnett Square on a dihybrid cross and end up with two classes of individuals. Is there a problem? What could be a reason for this? Ideas are explained.

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Yes, you can have a Punnett Square on a dihybrid cross and end up with two classes of individuals.
<br><br><br><br>This can happen when one trait is dominant over the other trait, which is recessive.
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<br><br><br><br>For example, a weeble (a ...

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