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Which of these discusses genotypes rather than phenotypes.

2. In corn, green leaf is dominant (L) and albino leaf is recessive (l). Cross 2 heterozygous corn plants. What would be the genotypic ratio of the first generation offspring? Legend: ​​​​​Parents: Punnett Square:​​​​​Answers:

2.  In corn, green leaf is dominant (L) and albino leaf is recessive (l).  Cross 2 heterozygous corn plants.  What would be the genotypic ratio of the first generation offspring?

 

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I have 2 articles about" 
Genetically modified organisms " all  you need to do for each article is summarizing  the article in half bag and on the ot

Biology (The Scientific Method)

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Question 1: Growth Models

Using your favorite Web search tool, find examples of countries for each population growth model (rapid, slow, zero). Use examples other than the ones described in the text or the lecture. What evidence can you find to support your choices? What problems/challenges/opportunities do these countries face in the next 10–20 years as a result of their particular class of growth? Be prepared to discuss ways in which countries might plan to regulate or restructure their growth rates to better adapt to their resources and needs. 

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Question 1: Growth Models

Using your favorite Web search tool, find examples of countries for each population growth model (rapid, slow, zero). Use examples other than the ones described in the text or the lecture. What evidence can you find to support your choices? What problems/challenges/opportunities do these countries face in the next 10–20 years as a result of their particular class of growth? Be prepared to discuss ways in which countries might plan to regulate or restructure their growth rates to better adapt to their resources and needs 

 

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