In chickens, some varieties have feathered shanks (legs), but others

In chickens, some varieties have feathered shanks (legs), but others do not. In a cross between a Black Langhans (feathered shanks) and Buff Rocks (unfeathered shanks), the shanks of the F1 generation are all feathered. When members of the F1 generation are crossed to each other, the F2 generation contains chickens with feathered shanks to unfeathered shanks in a ratio of 15:1. Suggest an explanation for this result.

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