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What is the result of a cross of a heterozygous curly winged fly to a straight-winged fly? (Include both genotype and phenotype with fractions of each)

Do I need to make a monohybrid cross or a dihybrid cross?

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    If only two alleles of one gene are involved, it would be monohybrid. Since curly-winged is heterozygous, curly would be dominant, Cs. Assuming straight-winged is homozygous, ss.

    Take it from there.

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