5. Draw/diagram a Punnett square in which, upper case Tt represents
two sets of genes (alleles) for a female with normal height, Tall female and lower case tt represents two sets of genes (alleles) for a short male. Note that upper case T represents a dominant trait—tallness and lower case t represents the recessive trait—shortness.
In this scenario, the female is tall in appearance (phenotype) and the male is short in appearance (phenotype).
i i) Given that the female carries both genes (alleles), that is T and t, for height, explain why her appearance is tall.
i ii) Next, draw a Punnett square for the offspring that could be produced from the union of this female Tt and this male tt.
i iii) After drawing the Punnett square, discuss the phenotypes (appearances) of the four-representative offspring whose genotypes are provided in the Punnett Square.
NOTE: Your diagram must be an original created by you.