What is the probability of a hybrid offspring in a cross between two hybrid plants?
The hybrid is the offspring so the probability is 1.
What effect do the factors inherited by the first offspring of a cross have on other offspring of that cross?
It is important to remember that the factors inherited by the first offspring of a cross have no effect at all on other offspring of that cross. For example, there is a 25% probability that offspring of a cross betweet two hybrid bean plants will inherit the factos RR. If one offspring inherits RR, there is still a 25% probability that the next offspring will also inherit RR.
A cross between two hybrid Tt pea plants would be expected to produce 1/4 TT, 1/2 Tt, and 1/4 tt offspring.
What is the probability of producing a tall pea plant from a from a genetic cross between two hybrid tall pea plants?
I assume you mean. Tt X Tt 50% probability
What is the probability of producing a tall pea plant from genetic cross between two hybrid tall pea plants?
3 in 4 or 3 out of 4
What is the probability of producing a tall pea plant fro a genetic cross between two hybrid tall pea plants?
Since tall is dominant in pea plant I would say 100% probability of tall pea plant production.
Whenever Mendel performed a cross with pea plants, he carefully categorized and counted the many offspring. Every time Mendel repeated a particular cross, obtained similar results. For example, whenever Mendel crossed two plants that were hybrid for stem height (Tt), about three fourths of the resulting plants were tall and about one fourth were short. Mendel realized that the principles of probability could be used to explain the results of genetic crosses.
What is the probability of producing a tall pea plant from a genetic cross between two hybrid tall pea plants?
Tt xTt gives 3 Tall (Tt, Tt, TT) :1 short (tt) = 3 in 4.
For other uses, see Hybrid. In biology and specifically, genetics, the term hybrid has several meanings, all referring to the offspring of sexual reproduction. In general usage, hybrid is synonymous with heterozygous: any offspring resulting from the mating of two distinctly homozygous individuals a genetic hybrid carries two different alleles of the same gene a structural hybrid results from the fusion of gametes that have differing structure in at least one chromosome, as a result… Read More
A hybrid is the offspring of two different species or varieties of plants or animals. Generally, it either means something that is comprised of mixed parts or something that has been made as a result of combining elements from two or more entities.
All of the F1 offspring will be hybrid purple flowered pea plants.
Two tall hybrid pea plants are crossed How many different phenotypes could occur among the offspring?
It sounds like you're talking about Mendelian Genetics. ;-) If by hybrid pea you mean heterozygous, then you're look at two Aa genotypes, ya? So if you just set up your Punnett square... (Hopefully the formatting will hold) A a --------------------- A| AA Aa a| Aa AA So you get 2 phenotypes! 75% of the offspring will be tall plants (because AA, Aa, and Aa will all produce tall plants), and 25% of the offspring… Read More
What did mendel predict was the probability of producing a tal plant from a genetic cross of two hybrid tall piants?
because he is only person who predict the probability of tall and short plants is tall plant was 3 in 4 and the short plant was 1 in 4
Using a punnett square you get the results of TT, TT, Tt, Tt. Key= T-tall t-short It's going to be tall but can have different genotypes
A hybrid is a cross between two different originating crops. Originating crops themselves are considered to be pure original plants.
The offspring of plants are seedlings that grow and then become plants, then they reproduce and the cycle goes on and on.
Lol xD Hybrids cant be used. In biology and specifically genetics, hybrid has several meanings, all referring to the offspring of sexual reproduction. In general usage, hybrid is synonymous with heterozygous: any offspring resulting from the mating of two distinctly homozygous individuals a genetic hybrid carries two different alleles of the same gene a structural hybrid results from the fusion of gametes that have differing structure in at least one chromosome, as a result of… Read More
To answer this question, he allowed all seven (7) kinds of F1 hybrid plants to produce an F2 generation by self-pollination. In effect, he crossed the F1 generation with itself to produce the F2 offspring.
The offspring of two true-breeding plants is _____.
Cross pollination is when pollination occurs between two different varieties of plant, which do not ordinarily pollinate each other, thus producing a new, hybrid variety of plant. Self pollination is when a single plant pollinates itself, thus there is no mixing of genetic material, the offspring will have only one parent instead of two.
Nearly all cultivated plants have hybrids. There are hundreds of examples of hybrid corn alone. see the link.
Sexual reproduction includes the fusion of gametes during the production of offspring. Asexual reproduction produces new offspring without the fusion of gametes.
if any animal mates with a different species then the offspring would be what is scientifically known as a hybrid. hybrids cannot reproduce but are an advantage to farmers who can manipulate plants for a certain taste texture or look.
In certain plants tall is dominant to short If a heterozygous plant is crossed with a homozygous tall plant what is the probability that the offspring will be short?
0 (there is no chance it will be short since tall is dominant over short). Hope this helps! - Biology Student
It is most common when two organisms of different species attempt to reproduce. The combination of genes is usually not fully functional meaning that the offspring is unable to reproduce itself. This can also occur in plants although to a lesser extent as plants are capable of polyploidy. In humans polyploidy causes complicated genetic diseases.
F1 and F2 generation is the offspring generation.F1 ( filial generation) is when two offspring plants that are alike that came from its parents, both parent plants aren't similar.F2 is the second stage. In F2 generation, the former two offspring (tall plants) will fertilize and have new offspring. The new offspring will be 75% tall and 25% short. ----------justinvo24----------------lol
Pure Traits Pure traits can be either recessive or dominant. Pure traits may have two dominant genes or two recessive genes. For example, a pea plant may have two genes for tallness, which is dominant trait in pea plants. This plant is homozygous plant with a pure dominant trait for tallness. All of the offspring from this plant will be tall. A pea plant with two genes for shortness is also a pure organism. However… Read More
no. in the second generation it will have a short offspring , but in the first generation it will have tall offspring
hybrid plants get the combined characteristics of the female and male plant. they don't have much fiber and they are normally sweeter than "pure" fruits.
What proportion of offspring would have purple flowers from a cross between two heterozygous purple-flowered plants?
The heterozygous plants are purple, therefore purple is the dominant allele. Assuming it is a single gene with only two possible alleles and the other colour is white; a cross between two heterozygous plants (Pp X Pp) should produce 3 purple and 1 white offspring. This means 3/4 will be purple. 1 offspring will have the genotype PP (purple), 2 will have Pp (purple) and 1 will have pp (white).
Genotype is the genetic constitution of an organism. The term is used to describe the allelic composition of the genome. Phenotype is the observable characteristics or physical features of an organism A hybrid is essentially a mixture of two things. With reference to biology however, a hybrid is a cross between two species or strains of an organism. Most often, hybrid plants are created by crossing two parent plants with desirable features so as to… Read More
The multiplication of one plant into many. This can be through "sexual reproduction" that is where seed/ spores are produced through the fusion of male and female gametes - the offspring is a hybrid of the two parent plants. Or "asexual reproduction" where plants are regenerated without gametes - this can take place in many ways (cuttings, layering, offshoots, bulb-lets etc.) "daughter" plants are genetically identical to the parent plant.
This is solved by simple gentics... some of the plants gain weaker genes while others gain stronger (dominant) genes The Hybrid can gain the stronger elements from both of parent plants making it have the best of the two (usually done in labs with geneitcally modifided foods to gain a super plant) this 'superplant' or hybrid plant can then be used to create more hybrid plants.
Assuming the gene/allele for a tall plant is dominant and short is recessive this is an impossibility. As in order for both parent plants to be short both chromosomes must contain the t (allele for short) and so the T (allele for tall) cannot be present and will not be passed on to the offspring and it cannot be tall.
your question is confusing but a phenotype is a physical characteristic passed from parent to offspring
All tall plants.
In Botany, hybrid variety are plant resulting from crossing, a plant produced from a cross between two plants with different genetic constituents.Hybrids from crosses between crop varieties are often stronger and produce better yields than the original stock. There are tens of hundreds of rice crop varieties. Most are original varieties native in their original locations but imported to other countries. Some are hybrid rice variety, such as the cross between a specie of grass… Read More
it look identical to the plant the pollen came from
yes. in most (highly) hybridized plants seeds are produced but are either infertile or the genetics of the plant prohibit successful fertilization and the production of seed. this is very common occurrence amongst F1 Hybrid vegetable seed varieties. most hybrid plants do however produce viable pollen, allowing the hybrid plant to pollinate a non-hybrid plant. this is one of the major points of contention with genetically modified crops; where the "inserted" gene could in fact… Read More
plants are a-sexual reproduction meaning that only one parent is need to make offspring and the offspring is identical to the parent. sexual reproduction is in mammals where two parents are needed to create offspring.
Plants that cross pollinate are called hybrids.
in a-sexual plants, self pollination is the act of producing offspring without any genetic material from a different unit of that species. Cross pollination is producing offspring using the genetic material of two different units of the same species. Pollination, of course, refers to plants that use pollen as a gamete (haploid).
By crossing two compatible genotypes
Bacterial is a plant reproducing itself. sexual is two parents that mate in order to make offspring.
The parent plants want the seeds to go away from the parent plants so that their genes don't compete. That is why they will blow around or catch on a animals coat.
because since the offspring had been produced, it was therefore aloud to create a new flower frrom the offspring
He produced hybrid pea plants that were tall.
1.they need water and food.2.they both can have offspring(babes). 3can be asexual(have offspring with out male sperm) and can be sexual ( have to mate to conceive offspring)
What are the possible phenotypes of offspring produced between two pink-flowered four o' clock plants?
White-flowered, red-flowered, and pink-flowered.
If Angiosperms are plants that produce flowers Why are angiosperms better able to produce offspring then other plants?
i have no clue
When plants that are true breeding for different traits of a characteristic are crossed the offspring is called?