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Punnett squares can be used to predict the two possible outcomes of the botanist’s test cross. The Punnett square on the left shows the predicted result if the unknown plant is homozygous (GG); the Punnett square on the right shows the predicted result if the unknown plant is heterozygous (Gg).
Drag the labels to the correct locations on the Punnett squares. (G is the symbol for the green-pod allele and g is the symbol for the yellow-pod allele.) You can use a label once, more than once, or not at all.
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Thanks!

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