Two genes control color in corn snakes as follows: O– B– snakes are brown, O– bb are orange, oo B– are black, and oo bb are albino. An orange snake

Two genes control color in corn snakes as follows: O– B– snakes are brown, O– bb are orange, oo B– are black, and oo bb are albino. An orange snake was mated to a black snake, and a large number of F1 progeny were obtained, all of which were brown. When the F1 snakes were mated to one another, they produced 100 brown offspring, 25 orange, 22 black, and 13 albino. a. are the genotypes of the F1 snakes? b. proportions of the different colors would have been expected among the F2 snakes if the two loci assort independently?

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