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f you mate a hairy ear rimmed female with a normal male what are the expected offspring genotypes and phenotypes and thier ratios

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    Is this trait determined by only one pair of genes? Are they dominant or recessive? Are the genes sex-linked (on the X or Y chromosome)? You don't even designate what species you are mating.

    Answer these questions and use a Punnett square.

    I hope this helps. Thanks for asking.

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