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Consider the basic premise that in diploid, sexually reproducing animal species at any gene locus, the allele passed from parent to progeny is random, Mendel's Law of Independent Assortment.

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What are the expected fractions of alleles that should be the same in two progeny from the same sire (have the male parent in common)?

A

0%

B

25%

C

50%

D

75%

E

100%

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