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    Which represents the cross between parent plants if one is heterzygous and has yellow-colored pods and the other is homzygous and has green-colored pods?

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    The cross between parent plants if one is heterozygous and has yellow-colored pods and the other is homzygous and has green-colored pods -  Yy yy

    Heterozygous genotype:

    The presence of two different alleles at a particular gene locus.

    A heterozygous genotype may include one normal allele and one mutated allele or two different mutated alleles.

    Y for yellow and y for green then the heterozygous parent would be - Yy with yellow phenotypePurebred genotype:

    consists of gene pairs with genes that are the same allele type

    also called the hozygous

    Y for yellow and y for green then the hemzygous parent would be - yy with green phenotype

    Thus, the cross would be -  Yy yy

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    Its the first one

    Yy is yellow (dominant) and heterozygous

    yy is green (recessive)

    with Yy and yy, you could only get 50% Yy(yellow) and 50% yy(green).  There is no way to make only yy or YY, and in order to make 100% Yy you would need one yy and one Yy

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