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When two "Yys" are cross-pollinated, there are some yellow plants and one green plant that are produced.  One of the four or 25 percent of the offsprings are pure yellow or "YY."  Two of the four offsprings or 50 percent of the offspring are "Yy."  Because they have the dominant trait they are still yellow.  One of the offspring or 25 percent is a pure green.  Remember the only way that a recessive trait of green can be expressed is if the pea has two "yys."  The graph looks like this:

Can chimps recognize similar traits in their family members?

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Like Mother,
Like Son
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