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Question 29 0.5 pts PTC (phenylthiocarbamide) is an anti-thyroid drug that prevents the thyroid gland from incorporating iodine

Question 29
0.5 pts
PTC (phenylthiocarbamide) is an anti-thyroid drug that prevents the thyroid gland from
incorporating iodine into the thyroid hormone. The ability to taste PTC is associated with the
functioning of the thyroid gland. The ability to taste PTC is an autosomal (non sex-linked) trait.
Tasting (T) is dominant to non-tasting (t).
nts
An unattached earlobe (F) is dominant to attached earlobes (f).
ounseling
Cross a homozygous tasting and unattached earlobe parent with a homozygous non-tasting
attached earlobe parent. What type of gametes can each parent produce?
orary
ervices
Recordings
O TF and tf
Register?
O Tt and Ff
Eval
OtF and Tf
Support
O TT and ff
O TF and Tf

Question 29 0.5 pts PTC (phenylthiocarbamide) is an anti-thyroid drug that prevents the thyroid gland from incorporating iodine into the thyroid hormone. The ability to taste PTC is associated with the functioning of the thyroid gland. The ability to taste PTC is an autosomal (non sex-linked) trait. Tasting (T) is dominant to non-tasting (t). nts An unattached earlobe (F) is dominant to attached earlobes (f). ounseling Cross a homozygous tasting and unattached earlobe parent with a homozygous non-tasting attached earlobe parent. What type of gametes can each parent produce? orary ervices Recordings O TF and tf Register? O Tt and Ff Eval OtF and Tf Support O TT and ff O TF and Tf