Answer to Question #89784 in Genetics for Victoria
In some types of wheat, color is caused by two sets of genes. Both dominant genes A and E are needed for red color. White results from both recessive genes in the homozygous state (aaee). Other combinations will produce brown wheat grains. A strain with the genotype Aaee is crossed with a strain having the genotype AaEe. What will be the frequency of red offspring?
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