In Drosophila, gray body coloration and normal wings are determined by the dominant genes B and V, while black body

In Drosophila, gray body coloration and normal wings are determined by the dominant genes B and V, while black body coloration and rudimentary wings depend on the recessive genes b and v. When flies with rudimentary wings were crossed, one of which was gray and the other black, offspring were obtained in which all flies had a gray body and rudimentary wings. What is the probability of the appearance of flies with the same phenotype from crossing the resulting hybrids with each other?

The probability of flies with the same phenotype from crossing the resulting hybrids with each other is 1/4.

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