The Result Of The Following Cross Indicates The Orange Eyes Are _____ Black Eyes.

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The result of the following cross indicates the orange eyes are ___ black eyes.

A cross between two aliens with black eyes. Their offspring have two phenotypes.

247 of them have black eyes, 86 of them are orange-eyed.

The total number of offspring is 333.

Answer

The result of the following cross indicates the orange eyes are recessive to black eyes

According to Mendel, a cross involving two heterozygous individuals for a dominant trait will yield offspring in the phenotype ratio 3:1, with the dominant trait accounting for about 75% of the phenotype and the recessive trait accounting for the remaining 25%.

In this case, the black eye color phenotype is 247, while the orange eye color phenotype is 86.

Calculating the percentage for each trait

Black eye = 247/333 x 100% = 74.1%

Orange eye = 86/333 x 100% = 25.8%

74.1:25.8 is approximately 3:1

Hence, it is evident that the orange eyes are recessive while the black eyes are dominant.

 
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recessive too
 
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0 homozygous black (BB): 1 heterozygote (black) (Bb): 1 homozygous orange (bb)
 
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rr
 
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are all Rr
 
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