Creeping clover (T. repens) has plants with high and low cyanide content. Cyanides increase the activity of protease

Creeping clover (T. repens) has plants with high and low cyanide content. Cyanides increase the activity of protease, amylase and other enzymes, as a result of which the vegetative mass of plants increases, their feed value improves. Genetic analysis shows that the inheritance of a high cyanide content is due to the complementary interaction of the dominant alleles of the two genes L and H. Cyanide in clover leaves is formed from the glycoside linamarin under the influence of the enzyme linamarase. The H gene provides for the synthesis of linamarin, and the L gene provides for the linamarase enzyme. In the absence of one of these dominant genes in the genotype, the plants are characterized by a low cyanide content. Determine what offspring can be expected from crossing plants with genotypes (females) LIhh and (male) 1IHh.

Plants with low to high cyanide content in a 3: 1 ratio.

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