Edward is studying the phenotype of his victim. He knows that both the biological parents of the victim have a dominant gene for brown eyes. The mother has a recessive gene for blue eyes and the father has a recessive gene for green eyes. Knowing that green eyes are dominant over blue eyes, what does Edward conclude about the victim?

A- The victim has a 50 percent chance of having blue eyes.
B-The victim has a 25 percent chance of having blue eyes.
C- The victim has a 50 percent chance of having green eyes.
D-The victim has 25 percent chance of having green eyes.
E-The victim has a 25 percent chance of having brown eyes.

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I believe the answer is "D"


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