Imagine that you have a plant with no chlorophyll. It is completely white because of a mutation

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Imagine that you have a plant with no chlorophyll. It is completely white because of a mutation in a plastid gene. Imagine that you cross this plant with an ordinary green plant. In one cross, you transfer pollen from the white plant onto the stigma of the green plant. After seeds form and you plant them, what color do you expect the seedlings to be—white, green, or pale green? At the same time as the first cross, you also transfer pollen from the green plant onto the stigma of the white plant. After you obtain these seeds and plant them, what color do you expect the seedlings to be? Will they be the same as in the first cross? Explain the results.

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