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In the F1 generation of a Mendelian cross, A. only the dominant trait is visible. B. only the recessive trait is visible. C. neither the dominant nor recessive trait is visible. D. both the dominant and recessive traits are visible.

Jennifer Patterson

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Bethany Evans on December 1, 2018

Option correct answer is:A. Only the dominant trait is visible.Explanation:F1 stands for "filial". The F1 generation consists of all the offspring, which was obtained from the parents. F1 hybrids are used in the science of genetics, and selective breeding, where it should seem like the F1 of the crossing. Therefore, only the dominant trait is visible.

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