In contrast to a monohybrid cross , a dihybrid cross is a cross betweenF1 offspring (first-generation offspring) of two individuals that differ in two traits of particular interest. For example, Bb × Bb (see the Punnett). Example: B = brown. b = blue. BB = Dark brown. Bb = Brown (not blue). bb = Blue.
A dihybrid cross is often used to test for dominant and recessive genes in two separate characteristics. Such a cross has a variety of uses in mendelian genetics.......
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