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For a certain trait, Steve has the alleles Gg, and Bree has the alleles gg.
Steve and Bree has six children, and all of the children have the alleles gg. Explain how this could happen.

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    Although it is only 25% chance of having gg, it is unlikely (.25^6) to occur in real life, but it can.

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