- Genetic Basis of Inheritance Part 4
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How would you find genotype of a tall pea plant bearing white flowers? Explain with the help of a cross. Name the type of cross you would use.
A garden pea plant (A) produced inflated yellow pod, and another plant (B) of the same species produced constricted green pods. Identify the dominant traits.
A single pea plant in your kitchen garden produces pods with viable seeds, but the individual papaya plant does not. Explain.
A cross was carried out between two pea plants showing the contrasting traits of height of the plants. The result of the cross showed 50% parental characters.
(i) Work out the cross with the help of a Punnett square.
(ii) Name the type of the cross carried out.
In a cross between two tall pea plants some of the offsprings produced were dwarf. Show with the help of Punett square how this is possible.
A teacher wants his/her students to find the genotype of pea plants bearing purple coloured flowers in their school garden. Name and explain the cross that will make it possible