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A. The allele for tall plants (T) is dominant over the allele for dwarf plants (t). State the possible genotypes and phenotypes of a plant for this trait.
B. Mendel is known as the father of genetics for his extensive experimental work with peas and different types of crosses. In a classic example of Mendel’s work, he determined that the gene for pea colour had two alleles. The allele for yellow colour was dominant and the allele for green colour is recessive. Draw a Punnett square to cross two heterozygous yellow peas and determine the predicted genotype and phenotype ratios of the possible offspring.
C. Explain how a base pair substitution in DNA can cause sickle-cell anemia.