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# In pea plants, tall plants are dominant over short plants. If two heterozygous tall plants are crossed, what percent of the offspring will be short?75%50%25%0%

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75%
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50%
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25%
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0%
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#### The correct option is C 25%As shown in the figure a cross between two heterozygous tall plants results in 25% homozygous tall, 50% heterozygous tall and 25% dwarf plants. Thus the correct answer is option C.

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