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Table 1: Results of F1 Cross

Observed Phenotypes of F2 Progeny
# green plants = V # white plants = V Total # plants

Petri Dish 1 >

Petri Dish 2 >
Total

Observed Frequency of F2 Phenotype, Green:White = ______:______
Calculation of Observed Ratio (Frequency) = Total Number of (Color) Seedlings for Both Dishes ÷ Total of All Seedlings

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