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Problem: Consider three independent genes with two alleles, denoting the dominant forms of the alleles as A, B, and C, and the recessive forms as a, b, and c.Construct a diagram for the second generation of a cross of the two pure line strains AbC and aBC, assuming reproduction by selfing after the first filial generation. Include the expected proportions of each second generation combination of traits.

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F0: AAbbCC x aaBBCC

F1: AaBbCC

For the second generation, the gametes will be ABC, AbC, aBC, and abC

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Consider three independent genes with two alleles, denoting the dominant forms of the alleles as A, B, and C, and the recessive forms as a, b, and c.

Construct a diagram for the second generation of a cross of the two pure line strains AbC and aBC, assuming reproduction by selfing after the first filial generation. Include the expected proportions of each second generation combination of traits.

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