Biology

Question

A TT genotype is said to be _____. homozygous heterozygous dihybrid

2 Answer

  • Homozygous.

    You can tell in future that if both letters are either lowercase or upper case (e.g. TT or tt) the answer is always HOMOzygous. If the letters are different cases (e.g. Tt or tT) the answer is always HETROzygous. This is because 'homo' means 'same' and 'hetero' means 'different'.
  • Answer:

    Hom/ozygous

    Explanation: