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##### HW5_110 fruit flies normal wings (D) are dominant to dumpy wings (d)

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Question;Need help with page of this hw assignment. Not sure about some of my answers on page 1. I've included the original to show what it looked like. This is the problem in question:1- In fruit flies normal wings (D) are dominant to dumpy wings (d), and the presence of eyes (T) is dominant to the absence of eyes (t).A male fly that is homozygous for the presence of eyes and has dumpy wings mates with a female with no eyes and that is homozygous for normal wings. Solve the problem through the second F2 generation, showing all gametes, by filling the following:Name;BIOL 110 ? Trueba;Homework #5 (10 points);Submit a file (ONLY.rtf OR.doc) with your homework. Double space, 12 font size, label your;answers by the question number, write your name, class name and homework;number. Check spelling and grammar ? up;to 25% can be deducted for spelling or grammar errors.;You can use the CCBC resources available to you for writing;and submitting your work in the ?Homework;Tab? on Blackboard only. Emails;will not be accepted for submission of Homework.;1- In fruit flies normal wings (D) are;dominant to dumpy wings (d), and the presence of eyes (T) is dominant to the;absence of eyes (t).;A male fly that is homozygous for the;presence of eyes and has dumpy wings mates with a female with no eyes and that;is homozygous for normal wings. Solve;the problem through the second F2 generation, showing all gametes, by filling;the following;P generation;Phenotypes;male _______________ X female;Genotypes;Gametes;F1 Generation;Phenotypes;male ____________ X female;Genotypes: _____________ X;Gametes ____________ X;F2 Generation ? Fill out the;punnett-square below;Punnett Square;************************************************************;="msonormal">

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