Start with the p generation with the following genotypes (aa x aa). based on classical mendelian inheritance, how will a cross
between two homozygous parents, one dominant and one recessive, influence future generations?
the fı generation will show an even split between the dominant
phenotype and the recessive phenotype.
the fı generation will all show the dominant trait and future crosses will
continue to produce genotypes expressing the dominant trait
although the f1 generation will all show the dominant trait, the offspring
will all be heterozygous and increase chances of future variation
the fi generation will show a mix of the dominant phenotype and
recessive phenotype and over generations the recessive trait will increase
hello there! the answer is a trait that an organism survive and reproduce in its environment.
an adaptation is something an animal develops naturally to better live in its environment, making a your best option.
it's not b or d because adaptations are the animal's changes, not the environment. it's not c because although how they obtain food may be part of it, it is not the full thing.
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