Answer to Question #111088 in Cell Biology for Amberlee Martinez

Question #111088
What is the probability that a pink flower will be produced in an incomplete dominance scenario with a red flower and a white flower? (Red=RR, Pink=RW, White=WW)
Expert's answer

According to the data given:

  • Red flowers genotype is RR
  • Pink flowers genotype is RW
  • White flowers genotype is WW

If red and white flowers are crossed:

  • Parental phenotypes: Red × White
  • Parental genotypes: RR × WW
  • Parental gametes: R, R × W, W
  • F1 offspring genotypes: RW (100%)
  • F1 offspring phenotype: pink (100%) - all flowers are pink.

As a result, pink flowers will be produced following the cross-polination of a red flower and a white flower with a 100% probability.

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