Mendel Experiment Confusion

Asked by  | 20th Aug, 2008, 03:35: PM

Expert Answer:

Yes, because the plant which is Tt is tall and not dwarf. It is because T is dominant over t, that tallness is expressed. If T was not dominant over t, then a hybrid Tt, would not be tall plant. You will not get a 3:1 ratio here, because the parent plants are not homozygous, but one is heterozygous.

Answered by  | 20th Aug, 2008, 04:57: PM

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