In a species of beetle, red body color is dominant to brown.

In a species of beetle, red body color is dominant to brown. Two red beetles are crossed to produce… Show more In a species of beetle, red body color is dominant to brown. Two red beetles are crossed to produce 31 red and 9 brown offspring (F1). If 2 red beetles (F1) are crossed, what is the probability that both red and brown beetles will appear in the F2 generation? Assume Mendelian Inheritance Patterns. Please explain answer because I am confused on whether to use the multiplication or addition rule. The answer is 4/9. • Show less

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