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If the parents are PPLLXppll, then the F1 generation is PpLl.

Say that the F1 generation is crossed with PPLL. It would be a cross between PpLl X PPLL. Then what is the F1 generation or in other words what are the different gametes I can use to make a F2 generation punnett square?

I came up with PL, pL, pl, and Pl. Is that right?

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    One parent (PPLL) will only have PL gametes, while the other (F1) will have the ones you designated. Good work!

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