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Chemistry, 12.11.2019 04:31, chafinh9317

In a certain variety of plants, red flowers appear in majority of plants and blue flowers appear only in a few plants. which statement correctly describes the two traits? a. both flower colors are dominant traits. b. both flower colors are recessive traits. c. red is a dominant trait and blue is a recessive trait. d. red is a recessive trait and blue is a dominant trait.

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