BIOLOGYIn tomatoes, red fruit is dominant over yellow, two-loculed fruit is dominant over many-loculed fruit, and tall vine is dominant over dwarf. A breeder has two pure lines: (1) red, two-loculed, dwarf and (2) yellow, manyloculed, tall. From these two lines, he wants to produce a new pure line for trade that is yellow, two-loculed, and tall. How exactly should he go about doing so? Show not only which crosses to make, but also how many progeny should be sampled in each case.