biology

posted by .

Based on what you know about phenotypes and figure 2 for the p generation what is the corn plant genotype on each cob containing the P corn kernals

  • biology -

    We can not see figure 2, so how can we help you?

    Sra

Respond to this Question

First Name
School Subject
Your Answer

Similar Questions

  1. bio

    A corn plant producing ears of corn is an example of: a.growth b.reproduction c.development d.all of these
  2. Biology

    19. The secondary xylem and phloem form from a. cork cambium b. vascular cambium c. apical meristems d. bark B?
  3. Botany

    Q: A difference between beans and corn during germination is a. the cotyledons are above ground in the bean plant b. the corn shoot is hooked to protect it from damage c. the bean plant cannot germinate until water penetrates the seed …
  4. economics

    if land suitable for growing corn is also suitable for growing soybeans, the discovery that soybean oil prevents cancer will A.have no effect on the cost of growing corn B.reduce the cost of growing corn C.raise the cost of growing …
  5. General Biology

    Genetic Inheritance Exercise 1: F1 Hybrid Cross Results: Punnett Square for F1 Cross ¡V Expected Genetic Outcomes F1 Parent, genes: _________ (student to fill in the blanks) ¡ð alleles > ¡ñ alleles v F1 Parent, genes:__________ …
  6. biology

    from the phenotype of the kernals on each P generation cob what would the predicted genotype of any F1 plant be?
  7. algebra

    Daniel can plant an acre of corn in 6 hours. Working with Amanda, they can plant an acre of corn in 2 hours. How long would it take in hours for Amanda to plant an acre of corn by herself?
  8. Biology immediate help! please!

    Need help please don't understand these questions. Dihybrid Genetic Crosses for Corn. A. What are the two hypotheses that you made about the allelic frequencies of progeny produced by the crosses: P x P?
  9. maths

    Mandy can get 100kg of corn cob for $160 from Matt,on condition that she buys at least 100kg.From another supplier,she can buy 100kg or less for $1/cob,or more than 100kg for $0.60/cob.she gets $5/kg of con cobs or $1.25 for an individual …
  10. Biology

    A biology student is studying ways to grow crops in soils that are high in salts and other dissolved solids. To determine whether corn plants can tolerate salty soil conditions, she grows one corn plant in typical non-salty soil and …

More Similar Questions