Question #500016

question on probability & mendell gene crosses?

A new trait for bacon flavor peas (don't ask) is controlled by a single gene locus in a case of complete dominance. The trait is recessive to normal pea populations flavor. Two experimental crosses are done: one with a purebred flavored plant (normal X) bacon, and the second using the offspring of the first cross. You sampled 6234 peas resulting from the second cross and scored them for their flavor and found 4938 normal and 1296 bacon flavored peas. Is this outcome different from what you would expect for a mono-hybrid cross?

2012-09-27 16:10:25

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