problem 1) If members of F1 generation are then crossed ( TtRrGg x TtRrGg ), what distribution of phenotypes would be likely among F2?
Complete this forked-line diagram to find out F2 phenotypic ratios by dragging frequencies to their suitable locations. Labels can be utilized once, more than once, or not at all.
problem 2) In peas, round seeds are leading over wrinkled and yellow seeds are leading over green. Assume a plant heterozygous for each trait self pollinates. What percentage of offspring will look like parent?
problem 3) After years of hard work in laboratory, you have identified the enzyme involved in the cellular reaction. How does enzyme influence both reaction and equilibrium between reactants and products and time required to reach equilibrium?