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Phenotypic ratio is the ratio of all phenotypes observed.

Genotypic ratio is the ratio of all genotypes obtained.

Many possible gametic recombinations are possible but which results in possible genotypes denoting the genes. But due to dominance only few phenotypes are expressed. The genotypes of two same phenotype may or may not be same.

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