Choose if the mutation is dominant or recessive. A heterozygous F(1) hermaphrodite offspring from the successful mating between a sma-2 homozygous hermaphrodite and a wild-type (+) homozygous male (cross in Question 3) is placed on a new plate. Provide the phenotypic and genotypic ratios, showing all work, for an F(2) cross of this F(1) hermaphrodite offspring if it self-fertilizes. Then provide your interpretation as to whether the mutation is dominant or recessive and a brief explanation to support your answer. Use the symbol (+) for the wild- type allele and sma-2 for the mutant allele.
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