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Problem: When crossing one parent having an RRBbDd genotype with another parent having an RrBbDd genotype, what is the probability that they will have an RrBBDd offspring?a. 1/8b. 1/16c. 1/32d. 3/16e. 1/64

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When crossing one parent having an RRBbDd genotype with another parent having an RrBbDd genotype, what is the probability that they will have an RrBBDd offspring?

a. 1/8

b. 1/16

c. 1/32

d. 3/16

e. 1/64

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