For several hundred years, goldfish have been selectively bred in China and Japan for body color and shape, tail shape, bulging eyes, and even fleshy head growths. beginarraylltext Wild goldfish & text Pet-shop goldfish & text Black moor endarray Imagine that you have a tank of pet-shop goldfish and have just added a couple of black moor goldfish, hoping that they will breed. When the eggs laid by the black moor female (P generation) hatch and the young fish (F _1 generation begin to develop, you are shocked to see that they are orange. How would you explain this result in terms of the inheritance of body color in goldfish? What breeding experiment could you conduct to test your hypothesis?
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