You have identified a new type of flower and are interested in studying the inheritance pattern of petal color. Suppose there are three different genes controlling flower color – A, B, and C. A dominant allele for any of these genes will produce one unit of color. Assuming each gene contributes equally to color, how many distinct colors would you expect to see in this flower in a self-cross of a plant that is heterozygous at all three loci?

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asked Jun 24, 2013 in Genetics by GeneX ~Top Expert~ (7,933 points)

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