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Offspring that have been produced sexually have more diverse characteristics than being produced A sexual. Why? Because of genetics. When homozygous and heterozygous traits mate the more dominant trait over throws the recessive one. For example if u

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, you'll see a Punnett square. The BB is homozygous and the Bb is the heterozygous. As you see there is a 50% percent chance of BB and Bb. So to go further there is a 50% 0f thick eyebrows and 50% of thin eyebrows.
The following URL is a collection of Punnett squares I have done. http://educatoral.com/rm604/images/per3/g2/Genetics/

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