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When two mutants having the same phenotype were crossed, the progeny obtained showed a wild-type phe

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. When two mutants having the same phenotype were crossed, the progeny obtained showed a wild-type phenotype. Thus the mutations are
1. non-allelic.
2. allelic.
3. segregating from each other.
4. independently assorting.


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