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How many different offspring genotypes are expected in a trihybrid cross between parents heterozygous for all three traits? How many phenotypes are expected if the traits behave in a dominant and recessive pattern? a. 64 genotypes; 16 phenotypes b. 16 genotypes; 64 phenotypes c. 8 genotypes; 27 phenotypes d. 27 genotypes; 8 phenotypes

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QUESTION: How many different offspring genotypes are expected in a trihybrid cross between parents heterozygous for all three traits? How many phenotypes are expected if the traits behave in a dominant and recessive pattern?
a. 64 genotypes; 16 phenotypes
b. 16 genotypes; 64 phenotypes
c. 8 genotypes; 27 phenotypes
d. 27 genotypes; 8 phenotypes

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QUESTION: How many different offspring genotypes are expected in a trihybrid cross between parents heterozygous for all three traits? How many phenotypes are expected if the traits behave in a dominant and recessive pattern?
a. 64 genotypes; 16 phenotypes
b. 16 genotypes; 64 phenotypes
c. 8 genotypes; 27 phenotypes
d. 27 genotypes; 8 phenotypes

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How many different offspring genotypes are expected in a trihybrid cross between parents heterozygous for all three traits? How many phenotypes are expected if the traits behave in a dominant and recessive pattern? The options are given as follows,

a. 64 genotypes; 16 phenotypes

b. 16 genotypes; 64 phenotypes

c. 8 genotypes; 27 phenotypes

d. 27 genotypes; 8 phenotypes

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