In Drosophila, an autosomal gene determines the shape of the hair, with B giving straight and b giving bent hairs. On another autosome, there is

In Drosophila, an autosomal gene determines the shape of the hair, with B giving straight and b giving bent hairs. On another autosome, there is a gene of which a dominant allele I inhibits hair formation so that the fly is hairless (i has no known phenotypic effect). a. If a straight-haired fly from a pure line is crossed with a fly from a pure-breeding hairless line known to be an inhibited bent genotype, what will the genotypes and phenotypes of the F1 and the F2 be? b. What cross would give the ratio 4 hairless:3 straight:1 bent?

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