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Smurfs live in widely separated groups and rarely ...

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Smurfs live in widely separated groups and rarely interbreed, so geneticists know very little about them. On one occasion, two smurfs from different groups did mate. A big-footed white smurf mated with a small-footed blue smurf. Three offspring resulted: one big-footed and blue and two small-footed and blue.

Which statement about the inheritance of footedness in smurfs is most likely to be correct?
Submitted: 10 years ago.
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Expert:  Judy replied 10 years ago.
Are there answers to choose from or do we determine the answer based on the facts given?

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