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What results would you expect if one of the F1 plants in problem 5 was crossed with a plant of a long, striped variety? 5. Watermelons may be either plain green or striped in color, the fruit may be either long or round in shape. A watermelon plant of a homozygous long, green variety was crossed with one of a homozygous round striped variety. The F1 plants all bore round, green melons. (a) How many genes are involved in this cross? (b) Which alleles are dominant? (c) If two plants are crossed, what fraction of the F2 generation would be round and striped?ce nd qroen a)2 genas Long, grcen X rdund Shripedl and d b)Green G allele1s dlomimarnt, Round clle le 1s clominon t c) rYGg CFi) rGgk RrG 6 6. What results would you expect if one of the F1 plants in problem 5 was crossed with a plant of a long, striped variety?

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