genetics

| December 8, 2015

A dominant gene in mice, K, produces a kinked tail; recessive genotypes at this locus, kk, have normal tails. The homozygous condition of another locus, AA, produces a gray color called agouti; the heterozygous condition AyA produces yellow color; the homozygous genotype AYAY is lethal. If yellow mice, heterozygous for kinky tail are crossed together, what phenotypic proportions are expected in their live offspring? What proportion of the live offspring is expected to be of the genotype AyAKk? …DETAILS please

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