3. In silkworms the hemolymph (functionally equivalent to blood) may be yellow or white. Fully developed…

3. In silkworms the hemolymph (functionally equivalent to blood) may be yellow or white. Fully developed larvae may be plain or have numerous heavy markings, a condition called moricaud (Tanaka, Adv. Genet. 5: 240, 1953). A cross is made between the two true-breeding strains yellow, plain x white, moricaud. 10 Fį females are crossed with 10 Fı males, producing the following outcome: 293 yellow, moricaud 96 yellow, plain 104 white, moricaud 38 white, plain Provide a genetic explanation for these data, including number of genes/alleles, the expected phenotype of the Fı individuals, the dominant/recessive relationships, and the genotypes of the Fi and the F2 offspring.