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TWO WHITE MICE MATE. THE MALE HAS BOTH A WHITE AND A BLACK FUR-COLOR GENE.THE FEMALE HAS ONLY WHITE FUR-COLOR GENES.THE FUR COLOR OF THE OFFSPRING DEPENDS ON THE PAIRS OF FUR-COLORGENES THAT THEY RECEIVE.ASSUME THAT NEITHE THE WHITE NOR THE BLACK GENE DOMINATES.LIST THE POSSIBLE

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    First, please do not use all capitals. Online it is like SHOUTING. Not only is it rude, but it is harder to understand. Thank you.

    "possible…." what? Genotypes? Phenotypes?

    Genotypes

    Black male = Bw

    White female = ww

    From the color and genotype indicated in your data, it seems like your assumption of neither gene dominating is false.

    Use a Punnett square to find genotypes of offspring.

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