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The reason that wild type eyed flies exist during the second crossing is that w1 and w2 are separate genes in an enzyme pathway that determine color. If W1 and W2 were on the same chromosome that determines eye color, the mutations would not complement each other to produce the wild type phenotype, instead such mutations...

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