Coat color in one breed of mice is controlled by incompletely dominant alleles so that yellow and white are homozygous, while cream is heterozygous. The cross of two cream individuals will produceA) all cream offspringB) equal numbers of white and yellow mice, but no creamC) equal numbers of white and cream miceD) equal numbers of yellow and cream miceE) equal numbers of white and yellow mice, with twice as many creams as the other two colors

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