An ordinary trashland was crossed with a dwarf one. The first generation turned out to be normal.
a) What will be the phenotype splitting after crossing F1 plants with dwarf plants?
b) What will be the phenotype splitting after self-pollination of plants from F1?
c) What phenotype will the offspring have from crossing F1 plants with normal plants?
d) Describe in one word the genotype of plants from F1.
e) Can a dwarf trashland be a dominant homozygote?
Answer: 1: 1/3: 1 / normal / heterozygote / no.
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