What fraction of the F2 would you expect to have micropthalmia and polydactyly but be otherwise normal? Multiple Choice Question

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You mate a normal mouse (short hair, big eyes, 5 toes, solid coat color) with one that has long hair, micropthalmia (small eyes), polydactyly (extra toes), and spotted coat color. The F1 offspring are normal (short hair, big eyes, 5 toes, and solid coat color). You intercross the F1 offspring. What fraction of the F2 would you expect to have micropthalmia and polydactyly but be otherwise normal? a. 3/256 b. 9/256 c. 27/256 d. 27/64 

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