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Morgan and his students were able to map the relative positions of genes on fruit-fly chomosomes by



A. Coloring chromosomes with dyes and observing them under a microscope
B. Scrambling the chromosomes and observing how the flies changed
C. Crossing various flies and looking at the proportions of offspring
D. Transplanting chromosomes from one fly to another
E. Looking at crosses that showed independent assortment

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John Smith

John Smith

Answered Dec 13, 2016

Crossing various flies and looking at the proportions of offspring
 

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