A scientist traveling to a planet observes that 25% of wild beetles have wings. Based on this evidence alone, he concludes that ‘winged’ is a recessive trait and ‘wingless’ is a dominant trait in beetles. It’s known that beetles are diploid and the inheritance of their genes follows Mendel’s postulates. Do you agree with the scientist’s conclusion? Why or why not? What other possibilities are there?
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