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Dihybrid cross is a cross between two different lines (varieties, strains) that differ in two observed traits. In the Mendelian sense, between the alleles of both these loci there is a relationship of complete dominance - recessive. In the example pictured to the right, RRYY/rryy parents result in F1 offspring that are heterozygous ...

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F1 generation: Offspring of a cross between true breeding plants, homozygous for the trait of interest; F2 generation: Offspring of a cross involving the F1 generation. genotype: The genetic ... Cross involving parents differing in only one trait. mutation: Change in the DNA sequence of a gene to some new, heritable form.

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It is a dihybrid cross. An example: if you cross garden peas having round yellow seeds with others having wrinkled green seeds, that is a dihybrid cross, because you are tra…cking both seed shape and seed color. A cross that involves one pair of contrasting traits? MonoHybrid. Edit. Share to: 13stripes. 20 Contributions  ...

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A genetic cross where an offspring is crossed with one of the parental strains, often the homozygous recessive one, or with an organism that is genetically identical ... Discontinuous Trait. A trait that can only assume discrete values or forms, like black or white. Blood types are an example in humans: only A, O, AB, or B exist.

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Crosses Involving Two Or More Genes: The Dihybrid Cross. Hybrids are organisms ... When two organisms that differ from each other in one trait are crossed with each other, it is called a monohybrid cross. ... This was a monohybrid cross, because the parents differed from each other in only one trait – their tallness. When a ...

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C) A dihybrid cross involves organisms that are heterozygous for two characters and a monohybrid cross involves only one. ... 10) When crossing an organism that is homozygous recessive for a single trait with a heterozygote, what is the chance of producing an offspring with the homozygous recessive phenotype? A) 0%

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When fertilization occurs between two true-breeding parents that differ in only one characteristic, the process is called a monohybrid cross, and the resulting offspring are monohybrids. Mendel performed seven monohybrid crosses involving contrasting traits for each characteristic. On the basis of his results in F1 and F2 ...

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In heterozygous individuals, only one allele, the dominant one, is able to express itself, while the other allele, the recessive, is hidden but still present. ... The above cross represents two homozygous individuals, one with the dominant trait (red flowering plant, RR) and the other with the contrasting recessive trait (while ...

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_____, codominance, 15)displaying only one form of a particular trait in offspring. _____, multiple alleles, 16)cross involving one pair of contrasting traits. _____, polygenic trait, 17)the first offspring from a cross of two varieties in the parental(P) generation. _____, P generation, 18)transmission of genetic traits from parent to  ...