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Puzzling Adventures: Alien Genetics Problem #2 Solution




Cloe Liane Shasha

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Problem 2 Answer: If two sexes were enough and B were dominant, then any children having a b phenotype would be genetically pure b’s. So their children would have a pure b phenotype. The fact that the children don't have a pure b phenotype suggests that two parents aren't enough.

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