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Maize kernel color is determined by the aleurone (outer tissue layer) and the endosperm (inner tissue) color three genes involved in malze kernel color production: gene C, gene R and gene Pinteract in a pathway. The phenotypes produced by the alleles of these genes are as follows R-red aleurone, P-purple alurone C-colored aleurone, C-colorless aleurone, CI-C Inhibitor produces colorless aleurore. The dominance series: (I >>c. The endosperm can be yellow (Yallele) or white yalele) where Yis dominant toy. The following kernels were counted on an F2 maize ear: 445 red and 355 white (colorless) What genetic interaction produced this ratio? complementary gene action recessive epistasis o dominant epistasis incomplete dominance o complete dominance c Dominant epistasis occurs when two genes interact and at least dominant allele is present in one gene locus to hide the expression of both alleles of the second gene locus two alleles of one gene interact in a way that at least one recessive allele of this gene is necessary to produce phenotype O two genes interact and two recessive alleles are necessary in one gene locus to hide the expression of both alleles of a second gene locus two genes interact and two dominant alleles are necessary in one gene locus to hide the expression of both alleles of a second gene locus O two alleles of one gene interact in a way that a single dominant allele of this gene is necessary to produce phenotype Summer squash fruit color is determined by an interaction of genes A and B. The dominant allele Ais epistatic to the Blocus. The dominant Ballele produces yellow color, while the recessive b allele produces green color. The dominant allele A results in white summer quash, while the recessive allele a doesn’t affect phenotype produced by aileles in locus B. A mating between two doubly heterozygous squash will produce an offspring ratio of ratio of 12 white: 3 yellow: 1 green 0 ratio of 9 white : 3 yellow: 4 green O ratio of 13 white: 3 yellow O all white squash ratio of 3 yellow: 1 green O Complementary gene action occurs when two genes interact in a way that at least one dominant allele of one of the two genes is necessary to produce phenotype two genes interact in a way that at least one dominant allele of both genes is necessary to produce phenotype two alleles of one gene interact in a way that at least one recessive allele of this gene is necessary to produce phenotype two genes interact in a way that at least one recessive allele of both genes is necessary to produce phenotype two alleles of one gene interact in a way that a single dominant allele of this gene is necessary to produce phenotype Moving to the next question prevents changes to this answer

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