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In Drosophila, two genes, one for body color and one for eye color, are carried on the same chromosome. The wild-type gray body color is dominant to black body color, and wild-type red eyes are dominant to purple eyes. You make a cross between a fly with gray body and red eyes and a fly with black body and purple eyes. Among the offspring, about half have gray bodies and red eyes and half have black bodies and purple eyes. A small percentage have: (a) black bodies and red eyes; or (b) gray bodies and purple eyes. What alleles are carried together on the chromosomes in each of the flies used in the cross? What alleles are carried together on the chromosomes of the F1 flies with black bodies and red eyes, and those with gray bodies and purple eyes?

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