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Can someone help with this question?


A plant has 3 traits: red flower, round seeds and spiny stem which are dominant over white flower and long seed and round stem.

You are told that two of these traits are linked and one segregates independently.

Describe how you would set up crosses in order to determine which genes are linked and which are not linked.

Would you be able to map all three genes on the chromosomes? If so how?
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No idea my friend. But if you find it, please let me know. Very curious to get answer for this one.
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