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A blue eyed man whose parents were brown eyed marries a brown eyed woman whose father was brown eyed whose mother was blue eyed they have one female child who is blue eyed make a pedigree chart based on the information above.

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  1. Let B = brown and b = blue

    B is dominant over b.

    Parents of man are both Bb, man is bb.

    Parents of woman are bb (mother) and either BB or Bb for father, so woman is Bb.

    Female child is bb.

    Now make your chart.

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