Biology

Imagine you are breeding plants. Your goal is to breed a pure blue flower. You have a field of flowers growing now. But alas, you did two years ago as well! When these flowers reproduced, you ended up with a field that was three-fourths blue and one-fourth pink. What can you do to be sure that the flowers you are breeding will breed true blue? Outline the procedures and the rational for choosing them.


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SparklesInInk

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well, that would mean that blue is dominant, and pink is recessive, you would have to get both homozygous blue, otherwise the will not be true blue.

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