1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A cross between two plants that both have green flowers produces 80 offspring plants, of which 36 have green flowers, 23 have black flowers, and 21 have blue flowers. Color variation is due to inheritance at one locus. What is the genotype associated with each flower color? How can the inheritance of the flower color be described? 2. Relevant equations Law of Independent Assortment Law of Segregation 3. The attempt at a solution 36/80 green 23/80 black 21/80 blue such numbers yield a ratio close to 1:2:1, equivalent to a monohybrid cross. Gg x Gg 1 GG 2 Gg 1 gg This seems to indicate either codominance or incomplete dominance. However, in this case, the hybrids are neither a blend of their parents nor do they exhibit traits from both parents, so I'm left a little confused. Do I need to somehow incorporate mutations or wild type into this?