Q: What shows all of the possible outcomes of a genetic cross?

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It is a Punnett Square :]

A tree diagram, don't you think the word "branching" hints a bit too much?

It is considered a form of good manners and shows that one is not given to slovenly behavior.

The number of all possible angles is infinite and no figure can show them all.

It shows the Y Intercept, meaning when it would cross the Y axis, and it also shows the slope of the line, and whether it is downward sloping or upwards.

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All the possible outcomes of a genetic cross.

It is a Punnett Square :]

A punnett square shows the potential outcomes of a cross.

you have to determine what traits are used before you can do it and look at punnett square

Punnett square

Punnet squares show all possible allele combinations resulting from a genetic cross

A genetic diagram shows the possible outcomes of a cross of two individuals' genes. The top line displays the phenotypes of one generation, and the bottom line displays the predicted phenotypes of the offspring.

A Punnet Square shows the gene combinations that might result from a genetic cross.

Because it shows all alleles and possible phenotypes P.S. I'm in K-12 too my email is sinnocent159@yahoo.com

Tree diagrams are used in math to see how many possible outcomes there are. The sample space of a tree diagram shows you how many possible outcomes there are.

Because of four different bases, there are 64 possible three-base codons (4x4x4=64). the genetic wheel shows all 64 possible codons of the genetic code.

Gregor Mendel said that a punnet square shows all the possible combinations of alleles to create traits and appearances for offspring of two parents such as guinea pigs and even humans. He showed this in his many tests with pea plants.MIk3 WAS HERE------------------------>X