3. In four o'clock, Mirabilis jalapa, it was found out that the allele W for red flowers is incompletely dominant over that for white, the heterozygous being pink. What are the phenotypes if a cross between these parents will yield:
a. 27 red, 48 pink, 24 white flowered plants
b. 18 red and 15 pink flowered plants
c. 32 pink and 29 white flowered plants
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The answer is pyruvate.
It is a three-carbon molecule produced through the process of glycolysis.
The correct answer is B. meiosis.
It is important to remember that meiosis is the kind of cell division involved in the production of sex cells or gametes. Gametes have varied alleles within them. This is called genetic variation. Genetic variation occurs specifically in the prophase I of the meiosis I. In prophase I, the process crossing-over among homologous chromosomes occur. This leads to exchange of genetic materials between two homologous chromosomes, leading to genetic variation. This prevents having two daughter cells with the exact same alleles in their chromosomes.
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which of these exhibits radial symmetry?