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(USE THE LINK TO ANSWER THESE QUESTIONS. REMOVE THE SPACES TO ENTER INTO THE LINK.)

A:What is the genotype of the offspring?

B:What is the phenotype of the offspring?

C:If two individuals with the same genotype as the offspring mated, what would the genotypes and phenotypes of their offspring be?

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    Please give the genotypes of the parents here, so we can respond.

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    @PsyDAG It's in the link above the words in parenthesis.

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