# Answer to Question #56329 in Genetics for Ayesha

Question #56329

In garden peas, the seed shape is determined by dominant round gene R and recessive wrinkled gene r.

What would be the genotypic ratio of the offsprings if a plant with heterozygous round seeds is crossed with a homozygous round?

What would be the genotypic ratio of the offsprings if a plant with heterozygous round seeds is crossed with a homozygous round?

Expert's answer

P. Rr x RR

F1. RR : Rr (1:1)

So, there will be 50% of round homozygotes (RR) and 50% of round heterozygotes (Rr).

F1. RR : Rr (1:1)

So, there will be 50% of round homozygotes (RR) and 50% of round heterozygotes (Rr).

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