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In a hypothetical animal, joy and movement are under the control of independently assorting genes \( L \) and \( R \) respect
In a hypothetical animal, joy and movement are under the control of independently assorting genes \( L \) and \( R \) respectively. Individuals can laugh \( \left(L^{1} L^{1}\right) \), frown \( \left(L^{2} L^{2}\right) \), or smile \( \left(L^{1} L^{2}\right) \). They can also be runners \( \left(R^{1} R^{1}\right) \), walkers \( \left(R^{2} R^{2}\right) \), or joggers \( \left(R^{1} R^{2}\right) \). What is the phenotypic ratio expected among the offspring produced in this cross? Laughing Runner Laughing Walker Laughing Jogger Frowning Runner Frowning Walker Frowning Jogger Smiling Runner Smiling Walker Smiling Jogger \( \overline{\text { Enter your answer as numbers separated by colons (example 1:2:3:4:5:6:7:8:9). }} \)


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Answer: Based on the information, both the parents are heterozygous for the both genes. L1L2 R1R2 x L1L2R1R2 ---Parents First do monohybr
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