Problem: Linked genes, by definition, are genes that: a. Are found on the same chromosome b. Have no alleles c. Are found in the same species d. Have more alleles than usual e. Are alleles that are found in different daughter cells

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Linked genes, by definition, are genes that:

a. Are found on the same chromosome

b. Have no alleles

c. Are found in the same species

d. Have more alleles than usual

e. Are alleles that are found in different daughter cells

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