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Solution: A monohybrid cross is a mating between two individuals that are both:  a. Homozygous for one gene b. Heterozygous for two genes c. Homozygous for two genes d. Heterozygous for one gene e. None of these are correct

Problem

A monohybrid cross is a mating between two individuals that are both: 

a. Homozygous for one gene

b. Heterozygous for two genes

c. Homozygous for two genes

d. Heterozygous for one gene

e. None of these are correct