A. When the white progeny are selfed, only white progeny result.
B. When the purple progeny are crossed with the white progeny, only purple progeny result.
C. When the purple progeny are selfed, only purple progeny result.
D. When the purple progeny are selfed, both white and purple progeny result.
both parental plants are homozygous, and short is dominant to tall
both parental plants are heterozygous, and short is dominant to tall
you can't tell from the information given
the F1 plants are heterozygous, and tall is dominant to short
the F1 plants are homozygous, and tall is dominant to short
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How much do you think an empty glass bottle(1) is worth or, better yet,(2) how much would you be willing to pay for an empty bottle? The average person might say "Empty bottles have no value."(3) However(4) to an antique-bottle collector, a bottle can be worth hundreds, even thousands, of dollars.
Richard Rushton-Clem of Lewisburg Pennsylvania(5) purchased an unusual pickle bottle(6) (more commonly known as a pickle jar) for $3. Clem—a former(7) antique-shop owner, had an idea that the bottle was worth more than $3, but he never imagined it was worth thousands of dollars. He decided to sell it over the Internet to the highest bidder; the reserve price was set at $275. An interested buyer:(8) confirmed that the bottle was a rare 11-inch amber Willington pickle bottle(9). In the end, there were about 57 bids. A Pennsylvania doctor purchased Mr. Clems(10) $3 bottle for $44,100.
A. worth, or better yet
B. worth or better yet,
C. worth, or, better yet,
D. Correct as is