In a species of plant, two genes control flower color. The red allele (R) is dominant to the white allele (r); the color-producing allele (C) is dominant to the non-color-producing allele (c). You suspect that either an rr homozygote or a cc homozygote will produce white flowers. In other words, rr is epistatic to C, and cc is epistatic to R. To test your hypothesis, you allowed heterozygous plants (RrCc) to self-fertilize and counted the offspring. You obtained the following data: 201 plants with red flowers and 144 with white flowers. Conduct a chi square analysis to see if your observed data are consistent with your hypothesis.https://nursingpaperspros.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/logo-nursing--300x60.png 0 0 Prince https://nursingpaperspros.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/logo-nursing--300x60.png Prince2021-01-31 07:37:312021-01-31 07:37:31In a species of plant, two genes control flower color.
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