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Subject: Genetics / Biology / heterozygous/ homozygous
Category: Science > Biology
Asked by: operator-ga
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Posted: 14 Jun 2004 14:06 PDT
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Question ID: 361035
In pea plants, tall (T) is dominant over short and red (R) is dominant
over white. What is the genotype for a heterozygous tall and
homozygous red-flowered pea plant?
a) Tt rr 
b) tt RR 
c) tt Rr 
d) Tt RR 
e. Tt Rr
Subject: Re: Genetics / Biology / heterozygous/ homozygous
Answered By: librariankt-ga on 15 Jun 2004 12:44 PDT
Hi Operator,

A heterozygous plant has different alleles; homozygous ones have the
same allele.  Thus, heterozygous for tall will be Tt.  Homozygous for
red will be RR.  The complete genotype is Tt RR (answer D).

I hope that helps!

Subject: Re: Genetics / Biology / heterozygous/ homozygous
From: linzo-ga on 15 Jun 2004 05:28 PDT

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