In the independent assortment, following meiosis that produces haploids, the gametes should represent all possible combinations of each gene.
Assuming independent assortment, an individual of genotype SsYyAa would produce gametes of genotypes (in their proper proportions) ___________.
A. 1/6 SYA, 1/6 SYa, 1/6 Sya, 1/6 sYa, 1/6 syA, and 1/6 sya
B. 1/8 SYA, 1/8 SYa, 1/8 SyA, 1/8 Sya, 1/8 sYA, 1/8 sYa, 1/8 syA, and 1/8 sya
C. 1/2 SYA, and 1/2 sya
D. 1/4 SYA, 1/4 SyA, 1/4 sYa, and 1/4 sya
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