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Producing a recessive phenotype requires both parents to have at least a recessive allele. However, a cross between two heterozygotes will only produce one 1 of 4 outcomes with the recessive phenotype.
Mating oif two organisms produces a 1:1 ratio of phenotypes in the progeny. The parental genotypes are:
A. Aa x Aa
B. Aa x aa
C. AA x aa
D. AA x AA
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