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If you were to incross F1 owls, what would be the most likely outcome?

While working under the auspices of CST’s acclaimed URP program, you study feather color in the owls Strix templensis. You discover a family of white owls in Fairmount Park, and are able to establish a true-breeding line of white owls. Meanwhile, you read about a student at Penn State who has also discovered white owls, and has also established a true-breeding line. You get a few owls from Penn State, and breed them to your owls. All baby owls turn out to be cherry-colored (the wild type Strix templensis color). If you were to incross F1 owls, what would be the most likely outcome?

a. 9 red: 7white

b. 13red:3white

c. 3red:1white

d. 2red:1white

e. 12 red : 3 white : 1 red-and-white stripes

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