In rabbits, the English type of coat color (white spot) dominates over the solid one, and the short coat over the long one

In rabbits, the English type of coat color (white spot) dominates over the solid one, and the short coat over the long one (angora). From crossing rabbits that had both dominant traits with rabbits that had a solid color and long hair, 124 hybrids were obtained in F1, and as a result of analyzing crosses, 468 Fa animals, of which 48 were crossover.
1) What offspring and in what percentage can be expected from crossing F1 hybrids with each other?
2) What offspring and in what percentage can be expected from the analyzing cross of F1 hybrids?
3) What is the probability of the appearance of rabbits with long hair and solid color from crossing a digherozygous female with a male homozygous for recessive traits?
4) What is the likelihood of the appearance of rabbits with long spotted hair from crossing two digheterosy-goth rabbits?
5) What is the probability of the appearance of rabbits with short spotted hair from crossing a male that is heterozygous in color and homozygous for the dominant allele of the gene that controls hair length, a female with heterozygous for hair length and homozygous for the recessive allele of the gene that controls the character of hair color?
6) What is the probability of the appearance of rabbits with long hair and solid color from crossing a diheterozygous female with a male that is heterozygous for color and homozygous for the dominant allele of the gene that controls the length of the coat?

Let’s designate the dominant and recessive alleles of the genes: A – white spot, a – solid color, B – short hair, b – long.
1) In F1 70.25% short-haired with spotted color, 4.75% short-haired with solid color, 4.75% long-haired with spotted color and 20.25% long-haired with solid color rabbits (genotypes – 20.25% AABB: 4 , 5% AABb: 0.25% Aabb: 4.5% AaBB: 41% AaBb: 4.5% Aabb: 0.25% aaBB: 4.5% aaBb: 20.25% aabb);
2) a) in the offspring obtained as a result of analyzing crossing of rabbits with the AABB genotype, 100% of short-haired rabbits with spotted coloration (AABB);
b) in the offspring obtained as a result of analyzing crossbreeding of rabbits with genotype AABb, 100% of short-haired rabbits with spotted coloration, 50% of short-haired rabbits with spotted coloration (AaBb) and 50% of long-haired rabbits with spotted coloration (Aabb);
c) in the offspring obtained as a result of the analyzing crossing of rabbits with genotype AaBB, 50% of short-haired rabbits with spotted coloration (AaBb) and 50% of short-haired rabbits with solid coloration (aaBb);
d) in the offspring obtained as a result of analyzing crossbreeding of rabbits with genotype AaBb, 45% of short-haired rabbits with spotted coloration (AaBb), 45% – long-haired with solid color (aabb), 5% – short-haired with solid color (aaBb), 5% – long-haired with spotted (Aabb);
e) in the offspring obtained as a result of analyzing crosses of rabbits with genotype AAbb, 100% of long-haired rabbits with spotted coloration (Aabb);
f) in the offspring obtained as a result of analyzing crosses of rabbits with the genotype Aabb, 50% long-haired rabbits with spotted color (Aabb) and 50% long-haired with solid color (aabb);
g) in the offspring obtained as a result of the analyzing crossing of rabbits with genotype aaBB, 100% of short-haired rabbits with solid color (aaBb);
h) in the offspring obtained as a result of the analyzing crossing of rabbits with the aaBb genotype, 50% of short-haired rabbits with spotted coloration (aaBb) and 50% of long-haired rabbits with solid coloration (aabb);
i) in the offspring obtained as a result of analyzing crosses of rabbits with the genotype aabb, 100% longhaired with solid color (aabb);
3) the probability of the appearance of rabbits with long hair and solid color from crossing a diheterozygous female with a male homozygous for recessive traits is 5%;
4) the probability of the appearance of rabbits with long spotted hair from crossing two diheterozygous rabbits is 4.75%;
5) the probability of the appearance of rabbits with short spotted hair from crossing a heterozygous in color and homozygous for the dominant allele of the gene that controls hair length, a female with a heterozygous for hair length and homozygous for a recessive allele of the gene that controls the nature of hair color, a male 50%;
6) the probability of the appearance of rabbits with long hair and solid color from the crossing of a diheterozygous female with a heterozygous in color and homozygous for the dominant allele of the gene that controls the length of the hair by a male is 0%.

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