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Are short stems dominant or recessive?

In pea plants, the allele for tall stems is dominant over the allele for short stems. Pea plants with one allele for tall stems and one allele for short stems will be tall. The allele for tall stems masks the allele for short stems. Only pea plants that inherit two recessive alleles for short stems will be short.

Are tall pea plants dominant?

Each of the offspring has one “T” allele, so they are all tall plants. This is because the “T” allele is dominant over the “t” allele, so a plant with one “t” allele and one “T” allele will only display the traits of the “T” allele, which in this case is a tall pea plant.

Can a short stemmed pea plant ever be heterozygous Why or why not?

No, a short plant has two recessive (tt); hybrids have two different alleles for at trait (Tt). A hybrid would appear tall because the tall allele is dominant.

Can a short pea plant ever be a hybrid for the trait of stem height Why or why not as a part of your explanation write the letters that represent the alleles for stem height of a short pea plant?

It can not, because short plant has two recessive alleles, and hybrid has one dominant and one recessive, so the hybrid would be tall because of dominant allele. …

What trait in pea plants is being studied in the cross?


What is an example of hybrid?

An example of hybrid is a car that runs on gas and electricity. An example of hybrid is a rose that is made from two different types of roses. The offspring of genetically dissimilar parents or stock, especially the offspring produced by breeding plants or animals of different varieties, species, or races.

Why can’t hybrids reproduce?

In short, hybrid animals are infertile because they don’t have viable sex cells, meaning they can’t produce sperm or eggs. This is the case because the chromosomes from their different species parents don’t match up.২৪ আগস্ট, ২০১৬

Do hybrids need daylight rings?

Day Walking: Due to their werewolf heritage, non-Original werewolf-vampire hybrids are immune to the lethal effects that u.v. rays and sunlight have on non-Original vampires and original vampires. Allowing them to walk in daylight without the use of a day ring.

Why did Klaus kill the 12 hybrids?

It’s purpose is to use the energy of the twelve souls to allow Bonnie Bennett to access a kind of Dark Magic called Expression (the worst magic), to perform the spell required to open the tomb of the first Immortal man ever; Silas.

How did hope Mikaelson become a Tribrid?

The only living tribrid is Hope Mikaelson. She inherited her werewolf gene from her two parents while she got her vampire and witch legacy from her father, who is the original hybrid and the son of the original witch. Through her mother, who is descended from the Labonair family, Hope also carries the werewolf gene.

Does Klaus become a true hybrid?

Klaus is the Original Hybrid. He is a werewolf-vampire hybrid being werewolf by birth because Mikael is not his biological father. Klaus was conceived through Esther’s infidelity with a werewolf chief over at a time where her marriage with Mikael was struggling.