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Type: Multiple-Choice
Category: DNA, RNA, and Genetics
Level: College
Author: Bejcek
Created: a year ago

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College DNA, RNA, and Genetics

In a mating between two heterozygotic individuals (e.g. Rr X Rr) with alleles that show a complete dominance and recessive relationship between the alleles which statement would be true?
  1. There is a phenotypic difference between Rr and RR individuals.
  2. The probability of having individuals that have the genotype RR is 50%
  3. The probability of having indivuals that have the genotype Rr is 25%
  4. Phenotypically there is no difference between the RR and Rr indivduals
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