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If a female with white eyes and yellow wings is crossed to a wild male with red eyes and gray wings, the sons are yellow and have white eyes and the daughters are gray and have red eyes.
If two Fi flies are mated they will produce the following classes shown in the diagram.
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Morgan (1925) Evolution and Genetics: 1 Different Kinds of Evolution | 2 Four Great Historical Speculations | 3 Evidence for Organic Evolution | 4 Materials of Evolution | 5 Mendel's Two Laws of Heredity | 6 Chromosomes and Mendel’s Two Laws | 7 Linkage Groups and the Chromosomes | 8 Sex-Linked Inheritance | 9 Crossing-over | 10 Natural Selection and Evolution | 11 Origin of Species by Natural Selection | 12 Non-Inheritance of Acquired Characters | 13 Human Inheritance | Figures
Morgan, T. H. (1925). Evolution and genetics. Princeton: Princeton University Press.
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