i assume your talking about e36 body style, this is 3 series before 1999, if that is the case it is very common for the bulb in the digital clock to burnout since it is always on, the on board computer and clock are all one assembly, if you feel in the storage compartment located right under the clock/o.b. assembly and feel upwards you will feel a whole where you can slide your finger up into it and push and pop the whole assembly out of the dashboard, you may need a plastic trim panel removal tool to assist you in popping it out, then you will see small 6mm hex bulbs on the top of the assembly, just unscrew the bulb and replace with a new bulb, just pop the assembly back into place and your done. good luck.
The red color is RR and pink is Rr. RR is red, rr is white and Rr is pink. Cross the two: RR (red) and Rr (pink). You will get RR and Rr in a 1:1 ratio. You will not get any rr (white).The red color is RR and pink is Rr. RR is red, rr is white and Rr is pink. Cross the two: RR (red) and Rr (pink). You will get RR and Rr in a 1:1 ratio. You will not get any rr (white).
50%Rr to 50%rr
using a punnett square the parents would have to be Rr and rr
rr cubed is r6rr cubed is r6rr cubed is r6rr cubed is r6
The genotypes would be: RR, RR, RR, and Rr As for the phenotypes, you cannot tell without knowing what the alleles represent.
simple Mendelian genetics...right-handed is the dominant allele (R), left-handed is recessive (r). you can figure it out using a Punnett square. RR, Rr = RH kid rr = LH kid RR + RR = 100% RR -> all RH kids RR + Rr = 50% RR, 50% Rr -> all RH kids Rr + Rr = 25% RR, 50% Rr, 25% rr -> 75% RH kids, 25% LH kids rr + rr = 100% rr -> all LH kids to be LH, you have to have left-handedness somwhere in the family. however, you can be LH and neither your parents or grandparents would have to be.
R R r Rr Rr r Rr Rr That is the Punnet Square. The genotype will be 100% Rr in the cross. The phenotype will be whatever phenotype is constituted by your dominant allele.
The alleles such as TT or tt, RR or rr, and so on.The alleles such as TT or tt, RR or rr, and so on.they are also Tt Rr etc
To figure this out, use a Punnet Square.First, set up a test cross, like this:Rr x rrThis shows what you are crossing. Now you can make a Punnet Square.R rr Rr rr There is a 50/50 chance that the corn plant will have thegenotype rr.r Rr rr
homozygous recessive (rr) & Heterozygous (Rr) homozygous recessive (rr) & Heterozygous (Rr)
That depends on the two phenotypes. If it is Rr and Rr then only 25% is homozygous recessive. If it is rr and rr then 100% is homozygous recessive. RR and Rr = 0% recessive. To see the percentages you have to use the Punnett squares
a hybrid in animals is when a dominant gene in one parent (pure bred RR) and recessive gene in another parent (pure bred rr) combine.Rrin the punnett square:R Rr Rr Rrr Rr Rr
what does r-r mean i mean rr
It depends on the genes of the parents. RR, RR would have no recessive genes. Rr, Rr, would have two recessive genes. rr, rr, would have four recessive genes.
One-half. Doing a Punnett square, Rr x rr = 1/2 probability for heterozygous Rr, 1/2 for homozygous rr. rr
50% Rr, 50% rr
Make two punnett squares- one for Yy x YY and one for rr x RR the possible outcomes for Yy x YY are: YY Yy the only outcome for rr x RR is Rr. so the gametes of the two could be either YY Rr or Yy Rr
What does the RR stand for at a pharmacy?
rr is for right rear
rr is not a word
Toyota RR was created in 1955.