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An individual who is heterozygous in five separate, unlinked traits (AaBbCcDdEe) is crossed with an individual who is heterozygous in four of those traits and homozygous recessive in the fifth trait (AaBbCcDdee).

What is the probability of getting a completely recessive individual among the offspring?

A

1 completely recessive individual per 5 offspring.

B

1 completely recessive individual per 9 offspring.

C

1 completely recessive individual per 16 offspring.

D

1 completely recessive individual per 32 offspring.

E

1 completely recessive individual per 64 offspring.

F

1 completely recessive individual per 256 offspring.

G

1 completely recessive individual per 512 offspring.

H

1 completely recessive individual per 1024 offspring.

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