Genetics question?

Update: Following a lab catastrophe, you noticed that rats turned abnormal color. From what you've seen, there are pink, blue, and green rats. In the spirit of science and inqury, you decide to see what would happen if you croseed blue rats with green rats. In your F1 generation, all the rats turn out to be green. When... show more Following a lab catastrophe, you noticed that rats turned abnormal color. From what you've seen, there are pink, blue, and green rats. In the spirit of science and inqury, you decide to see what would happen if you croseed blue rats with green rats. In your F1 generation, all the rats turn out to be green. When you crossed the F1 generation of rats, your F2 generation looked like this:

50 green
13 pink
2 blue
Update 2: a. Convert F2 generation into a meaningful ratio. b. List *ALL* possible genotypes for each of the coat colors in your F2 generation! Answer should look like this: Color 1: AABB, AABB, AABB, AABB...Color 2: AABB, AABB...Color 3: AABB... c. List *ALL* possible genotypes for each of the coat colors in your F2... show more a. Convert F2 generation into a meaningful ratio.
b. List *ALL* possible genotypes for each of the coat colors in your F2 generation! Answer should look like this: Color 1: AABB, AABB, AABB, AABB...Color 2: AABB, AABB...Color 3: AABB...
c. List *ALL* possible genotypes for each of the coat colors in your F2 generation if your test was utilizing three gene pairs instead of two. Answer should look like this: Color 1: AABBCC, AABBCC, AABBCC, AABBCC...Color 2: AABBCC, AABBCC...Color 3: AABBCC
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