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If the sperm gamete that fertilizes an egg has a(n) _____ chromosome, it will form female offspring. A.) X B.) Y C.) XY D.) XX
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User: If the sperm gamete that fertilizes an egg has a(n) _____ chromosome, it will form female offspring. A.) X B.) Y C.) XY D.) XX





Weegy: B.) Y
Expert answered|OxTornado007|Points 2778|

User: If you are conducting a monohybrid cross of tall (dominant) and dwarf (recessive) plants, the recessive trait in the F1 plants _____. A.) is always masked B.) appears in a ratio of 2:1 C.) appears in a ratio of 3:1 D.) appears in a ratio of 2:2

Weegy: B.) appears in a ratio of 2:1
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