When the F1 bees were backcrossed to the inbred resistant line produced 4 types of offspring in equal numbers: ¼ if the back-cross offspring showed the complete hygienic behavior pattern

When the F1 bees were backcrossed to the inbred resistant line produced 4 types of offspring in equal numbers: ¼ if the back-cross offspring showed the complete hygienic behavior pattern ¼ of the back-cross offspring showed none of the elements of hygienic behavior ¼ of the back-cross offspring would uncap the cells of the diseased larvae but these workers would not remove the diseased larvae ¼ of the back-cross offspring would remove the diseased larvae (once the experimenter had uncapped the cells of the diseased larvae) 1. Is it possible that two gene loci are involved in the resistant behavior? Show work.

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