Butterfly Punnett Square  

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Using what you learned on the previous page, let's see what happens when butterfly genotypes are crossed. In class, you do this with a Punnett square. Here you will do the same thing, but you get to see the phenotype. Follow the directions below. Once you have seen all the possible crosses and the resulting offspring, proceed to the next model. There you will apply what you have learned to a larger group of butterflies.
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