Fur color in cats is controlled by an autosomal gene that can occur in the dominant form, (B), or the recessive form, (b). The length of the cat's fur is controlled by another autosomal gene that occurs in the dominant form, (S), or the recessive form, (s). The table below shows the traits for these allele codes.
Gene B= trait black fur
Gene b= trait white fur
Gene S= trait short-haired fur
Gene s= trait long-haired fur
The following genotypes were found in a male cat and a female cat: BbSs (male) bbSS (female)
which one of the following choices is true of the phenotype of offspring from these parents?
All offspring will have short-haired fur