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Question 16 of 24 Sapling Learning Suppose two independently assorting

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Question 16 of 24 Sapling Learning Suppose two independently assorting genes are involved in the pathway that determines fruit color in squash. These genes interact with each other to produce the squash colors seen in the grocery store At the first locus, the W allele codes for a dominant white phenotype, whereas the wallele codes for a colored squash. At the second locus, the allele Y codes for a dominant yellow phenotype, and the allele y codes for a recessive green phenotype. The phenotypes from the first locus phenotype produced by the second locus if the dominant allele (W) is present at the first locus. This masking pattern is known as dominant epistasis mask the A dihybrid squash. WwYy, is selfed, and produces 128 offspring. How many offspring are expected to have each of the following phenotypes? Number White = Number Yellow = Number Green 20

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