Yeast with a mutant gene for color can be red. The normal co

Yeast with a mutant gene for color can be red. The normal color for a colony of yeast is cream. The… Show more Yeast with a mutant gene for color can be red. The normal color for a colony of yeast is cream. The color of the colony is controlled by a single gene. Cream is dominant to red. Use an upper case C to represent the allele for cream and a lower case c to represent the allele for the red color. You are given an agar plate with a cream colony of yeast. You can see the phenotype but you need to know the genotype (assume all the cells are identical). Indicate what kind of cross would you use to figure out what the genotype of the unknown yeast colony? Draw 2 Punnett squares to represent the possible progeny depending on the genotype of the unknown parent colony, list the phenotypic ratios of the offspring • Show less

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