The genes A and B are on one chromosome, 30 cM apart. The genes C and D are on another chromosome, 20 cM apart. The genes E and F are on a third chromosome, 10 cM apart. You cross a homozygous A B C D E F individual with an a b c d e f individual, and then cross the resultant F1 pentahybrid with a homozygous recessive (testcross). What are the chances of getting individuals with the following phenotypes in the progeny of the test cross?
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