In a cross between a male mouse from a true-breeding black strain and a
female from a true-breeding tan strain all of the f1 progeny are gray.
based on the information that you have at this stage, is it possible that a single gene
determines the differences in coat color among the two parental strains and progeny?
if so, what coat colors should appear in the f2 generation and at what frequencies?

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