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Afemale rabbit of phenotype c’ is crossed to a male rabbit with c ch. the f1 is comprised of five rabbits with a c’ phenotype, two with c ch phenotype, and three with c phenotype. of the phenotypically c rabbits, two are females and are backcrossed to their father. this cross produces only rabbits with c ch phenotype. these results suggest that: a) c could be dominant or recessive to c’b) c is dominant to c’, but recessive to c chc) c is dominant to c ch, but recessive to c’d) c is dominant to both c’ and c che) c is recessive to both c’ and c ch

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