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

a. Big and small are codominant.
b. Big is dominant to small.
c. Small is dominant to big.
d. A and C
e. You cannot reach any conclusions.



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    Without knowing the traits of the offspring, you do not have enough information to answer this. Your biology teacher is being sneaky.

    If you had a description of the offspring, you could use a Punnet square to determine which traits are dominant.


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