If a white flower is crossed with a red flower and a pink flower is produced this is called?

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If red flowers were crossed with white flowers and all the resulting flowers were pink what percentage of a cross between two pinks would be pink?

Crossing two pink flowers (1/2 red 1/2 white) would result in a 25% chance of a white flower, 25% chance of a red flower, and 50% of another pink flower. This is shown:

If you cross a red flower and a white flower and the offspring are pink what does that prove?

Pink flowers result as a result of a genetic phenomenon called co-dominance. It means both alleles are able to express themselves at the same time thus generating a new phenot