What are the gametes of RrYy?
In P1 generation, the parent RRYY produces 2 gametes, RY and RY and parent rryy produces 2 gametes, ry and ry. Mendel observed that phenotypically, the F1 plants were with round yellow seeds. The genotype of these F1 hybrids was RrYy.
How many different gametes can RrYy make?
How many different gametes can an RrYy parent form? A parent with RrYy genotype can produce four gametes: RY, Ry, rY, and ry.
How many types of gametes can be made from a plant having genotype RrYy?
Thus, there are four equally likely gametes that can be formed when the RrYy heterozygote is self-crossed, as follows: RY, rY, Ry, and ry.
What are the possible gametes This parent can make RrYy?
See if you can verify the following gamete lists for each genotype: RRYY gives RY gametes only RRYy gives RY and Ry gametes RrYY gives RY and rY gametes RrYy gives RY, Ry, rY, and ry gametes. Note that GAMETES NEVER HAVE DUPLICATE LETTERS. So gametes CANNOT look like Aa, or YY, or rr.
How many different combinations of alleles would a parent with a genotype of RrYy produce?
|Organism that have two identical alleles for a particular trait are said to be?||Homozygous|
|A punnett square shows?||Probable outcomes of genetic crosses|
|How many different allele combinations would be found in the gametes produced by a pea plant whose genotype was RrYY?||Two|
What are the possible gametes produced by F1 peas?
The F1 individuals can produce 4 different types of gametes: TG, Tg, tG, tg. The possible phenotypes would be tall and green, tall and yellow, dwarf and green and dwarf and yellow in a 9:3:3:1 ratio. Tall pea plants are dominant to dwarf pea plants and green pod color is dominant to yellow pod color in pea plants.