The dominant gene (G) produces green hair in mermaids and
the recessive gene (g) produces blue hair. Webbed fingers
are due to the dominant gene (F) and normal fingers are
recessive (f). A mermaid who was heterozygous for hair
color and who had normal fingers had a father with blue
hair and webbed fingers and a mother with green hair and
webbed fingers. What are the genotypes of all individuals
(as completely as possible)?
Answer / pacmanslug
The first mermaid: Gg and ff
The father: GG and Ff
The mother: gg and Ff
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