In trisomic plants, aneuploid pollen is generally not viable. A


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In trisomic plants, aneuploid pollen is generally not viable. A recessive allele, s, produces serrate leaves, instead of the dominant lobate phenotype. An Sss trisomic plant is pollinated by an SSs plant. What proportion of the progeny produced will be trisomic and have a serrate phenotype? Enter your answer as a reduced fraction.

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