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Heredity, Natural Selection, and Evolution

Early Studies in Heredity

What is an example of a dihybrid cross?

A good example of a dihybrid cross are the plant traits for height and seed color (for example, if Tt = height and Cc = color). If two true breeding plants are crossed, then the offspring would be as follows:

 

TC

Tc

tC

tc

TC

TTCC

TTCc

TtCC

TtCc

Tc

TTCc

TTcc

TtCc

Ttcc

tC

TtCC

TtCc

ttCC

ttCc

tc

TtCc

Ttcc

ttCc

ttcc



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