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Question: 2 Question 15 1 pts q15. Chloroplasts are transmitted only through the cytoplasm of the egg in pl…


2 Question 15 1 pts q15. Chloroplasts are transmitted only through the cytoplasm of the egg in plants. In four oclock flower plants, green phenotype is due to the synthesis of chlorophyll by normal chloroplasts whereas, white phenotype is due to chloroplasts that carry mutant allele that diminishes green pigmentation. What would be the phenotype(s) of the offspring if you cross a white plant (as female parent) with a green plant (as male parent)? e Green, white, and variegated e Variegated e White Green

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2 Question 15 1 pts q15. Chloroplasts are transmitted only through the cytoplasm of the egg in plants. In four o'clock flower plants, green phenotype is due to the synthesis of chlorophyll by normal chloroplasts whereas, white phenotype is due to chloroplasts that carry mutant allele that diminishes green pigmentation. What would be the phenotype(s) of the offspring if you cross a white plant (as female parent) with a green plant (as male parent)? e Green, white, and variegated e Variegated e White Green

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