You are studying two different unrelated organisms. In the f

You are studying two different unrelated organisms. In the first, you cross a true-breeding colorles… Show more You are studying two different unrelated organisms. In the first, you cross a true-breeding colorless individual with a true-breeding red individual. All F1 offspring are red. When you cross two F1 individuals, you get 70 reds and 58 colorless. The reciprocal cross gives similar results. In the second organism, you cross a true-breeding colorless with a true-breeding blue. All F1 offspring are colorless. When you cross the F1 offspring you get 23 blue individuals and 105 colorless individuals. Again the reciprocal cross gives the same results. Hypothesize a genetic explanation for each result and a possible biochemical pathway leading to the phenotypes. • Show less

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