After analyzing the conditions and results obtained in task 2, answer the following question: which hybrids and in what proportion by genotype and phenotype can be obtained from crossing: a) a homozygous form with a recessive one; b) a heterozygous form with a dominant; c) heterozygous form with heterozygous?
a) when we cross the homozygous form (AA) with the recessive (aa), we obtain all hybrids uniform in genotype (Aa) and phenotype (yellow);
b) when we cross the heterozygous form (Aa) with the dominant (AA), we obtain hybrids with two possible genotypes AA and Aa, in a 1: 1 ratio, and uniform in fentip (all yellow);
c) when we cross the heterozygous form (Aa) with the heterozygous (Aa), we get 3 possible variants of genotypes: AA, Aa, aa, and the phenotype ¾ will be yellow, 1/4 will be green.
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