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In pea plants, the allele for tall (T) is dominant to the allele for short (t). Which of the following is the percent of offspring that will be tall if a heter
In pea plants, the allele for tall (T) is dominant to the allele for short (t). Which of the following is the percent of offspring that will be tall if a heterozygous plant (Tt) is crossed with a homozygous tall plant?

A. 100%<~~~ I think it's A

B. 75%

c. 50%

D. 25%

All the gametes from homozygous tall plants would be T and then from heterozygous plant would be T and t. If you make a punnett square then you will see that 100% of progeny is tall due to Tt genotype (50%) and TT genotype (50%) since T is dominant to t.

What is the answer please ?

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