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Two pink-flowering plants are crossed. The offspring percentages are 25% red, 25% white and 50% pink. What are the expected genotypes of the offspring? A. 75% heterozygous, 25% homozygous
dominant B. all homozygous recessive C. all homozygous dominant D. 25% homozygous dominant, 25% heterozygous dominant, 50% heterozygous
B. all homozygous recessive.
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User: Two pink-flowering plants are crossed. The offspring percentages are 25% red, 25% white and 50% pink. What are the expected genotypes of the offspring? A. 75% heterozygous, 25% homozygous dominant B. all homozygous recessive C. all homozygous dominant D. 25% homozygous dominant, 25% heterozygous dominant, 50% heterozygous

Weegy: B. all homozygous recessive.
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Weegy: D. 3' GCTTAAGTCA 5'
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Weegy: Sir/Mada, The answer is letter "B. Turner's syndrome"
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User: Rosalind Franklin's x-ray diffraction images of DNA gave James Watson and Francis Crick information about DNA's A. location within the cell. B. optimal temperature range. C. structure. D. function.

Weegy: C. structure
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Weegy: . a phosphate group, a sugar group and a nitrogenous base.
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User: The new tools of genetic engineering allow us to manipulate __________ directly. A. bacteria B. DNA C. RNA D. cell membranes

User: For this year's corn crop a farmer chooses to plant the seeds of the best-tasting corn plants from last year's crop. This is an example of A. whole animal cloning B. gene cloning C. natural selection D. artificial selection

Weegy: D. artificial selection
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User: For this year's corn crop a farmer chooses to plant the seeds of the best-tasting corn plants from last year's crop. This is an example of A. whole animal cloning B. gene cloning C. natural selection D. artificial selection

Weegy: The answer is c. Natural selection, because the farmer is using evidence(last years crops) to make this years decision.
Expert answered|cmc122|Points 20|

User: Whole animal cloning puts a nucleus from a cell of one animal into A. a sperm cell from another animal. B. an egg cell from another animal. C. the plasmid of a bacterium. D. the chromosome of a bacterium.

Weegy: D. the chromosome of a bacterium.
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