Punnett Square Rr x Rr
R RR Rr
r Rr rr
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Hi, Apo :)
So, as we know, the genotype is the physical "gene" i.e. AA Aa or aa
You did a great job with your punnet square! So when we look at the punnet square you made, the genotype would be 1:2:1. 1 RR, 2 Rr and 1 rr
Genotypes are always expressed Dominant homozygous: Dominant heterozygous: recessive homozygous. Let me know if you have any questions!
So would the phenotype be, 1:2:1 as well?
No, since the 2 Rr would appear dominant (phenotype is appearance - i/e: purple), the phenotype would be 3 dominant trait and 1 recessive (3:1)
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