[Purple (F) Dominant] [white (f) recessive] A plant that is homozygous for purple flowers is crossed with a plant that is homoozygous for white flowers. What would be the phenotype of all the offspring in the F1 generation
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Since the purple (P) dominate,  all offspring of a cross with a recessive (p) would be purple but would carry the gene for white (p). They would have the geneotype Pp but would have the phenotype purple.

Genotype is what genes you have and phenotype is what genes are expressed or seen.
answered Oct 20, 2012 by anonymous

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