A simple example of a set of pedigree charts with one
set of parents and 4 offspring. Typical of such a small pedigree,
the result is ambiguous, that is one cannot decide the rules of
inheritance from the phenotype charts.
a) An example of an original genotype chart given to the students.
b) The same genotype chart after students finish their coin toss.
c) The phenotype chart for b) if the trait is dominant.
d) The phenotype chart for b) if the trait is recessive.
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