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## What is the probability that the offspring from this cross would have yellow seeds?

In a monohybrid cross (Gg x Gg) involving seed color, the offspring have a 3/4 probability of having yellow seeds, and a 1/4 probability of having green seeds, as shown in the diagram below.

## What ratio of yellow seeded to green seeded plants do you expect in the F2 generation?

Yellow seeds are dominant to green. Among the F2 plants of a Yy x Yy cross, 25% will be yy with the recessive, green-seeded phenotype.

## What percentage of the offspring from the second generation cross is likely to have purple flowers?

For the second generation, Mendel cross-pollinated two hybrids that had purple flowers. About seventy-five percent of the second-generation plants had purple flowers.

## What was the outcome of the first generation cross?

The F1 generation results from cross-pollination of two parent (P) plants, and contained all purple flowers. The F2 generation results from self-pollination of F1 plants, and contained 75% purple flowers and 25% white flowers. This type of experiment is known as a monohybrid cross./span>

## What is P generation F1 F2 generation?

Explain the P, F1, and F2 generations. P means parental generation and they are the only pure plants, F1 means first generation and they are all hybrids that show the dominant trait, and F2 means second generation, which are the grandchildren of P.

## What is the difference between F2 and F1?

F2 cars are backed by a 500 horsepower engine, which is about half that of a Formula 1 vehicle. Max speeds are relatively similar, with F2 topping out about 30 kmh less than F1. Entering into an F2 race is considerably cheaper than F1, costing upwards of \$311,000 compared to over \$3.1 million./span>

## What F2 means?

When displaying crossings between two parental organisms, the resulting offspring are referred to as F1. If those offspring are crossed between themselves, the resulting generation is called F2. The F stands for “fili” meaning “sons” or “offspring”./span>

## What does F2 mean in breeding?

So, an F2 means that 2 first generation Doodles were bred together. F2 could also technically refer to a litter produced from a F1 dog bred to a F1b dog (although many refer to this as F2b to denote a higher percentage of poodle in the mix).

## What does F2 do on a keyboard?

Here are the most common uses for the F keys in Windows:

• F1 – Used by programs for opening Help.
• F2 – Used by Windows for renaming files and folders.
• F3 – Used for searching for files and content in various apps.
• F4 – Pressed simultaneously with the Alt key, as in Alt + F4, it closes the active program.

## What does F7 do?

F7. Commonly used to spell check and grammar check a document in Microsoft programs such as Microsoft Outlook, Word etc. Shift+F7 runs a Thesaurus check on word highlighted./span>

## What are 5 shortcuts?

Word shortcut keys

• Ctrl + A — Select all contents of the page.
• Ctrl + B — Bold highlighted selection.
• Ctrl + C — Copy selected text.
• Ctrl + X — Cut selected text.
• Ctrl + N — Open new/blank document.
• Ctrl + O — Open options.
• Ctrl + P — Open the print window.
• Ctrl + F — Open find box.

## What are F1 through F12 keys for?

The function keys or F keys are lined across the top of the keyboard and labeled F1 through F12. These keys act as shortcuts, performing certain functions, like saving files, printing data, or refreshing a page. For example, the F1 key is often used as the default help key in many programs./span>

## Is it bad to Alt F4 games?

If the game is saving at that moment (often seen by an indicator of some sorts with a message: do not power off the computer if you see this indicator) and you press ALT-F4, the chances are high that the profile will become corrupt and your savegame is lost.

## What does Alt F4 do in zoom?

Alt + F4: Close the current window. Alt + F: Enter or exit full-screen. Alt + H: Display/hide in-meeting chat panel. Alt + U: Display/hide participants panel./span>

## Why is Alt F4 not working?

The Function key is often located between the Ctrl key and the Windows key. It may be somewhere else, though, so make sure to find it. If the Alt + F4 combo fails to do what it is supposed to do, then press the Fn key and try the Alt + F4 shortcut again. If that doesn’t work too, try ALT + Fn + F4./span>

2021-05-15