2. In a particular kind of wildflower the wild-type flowercolor is deep purple and the plants are true-breeding. In onetrue-breeding mutant stock the flowers have a reducedpigmentation resulting in a lavender color. In a differenttrue-breeding mutant stock the flowers have no pigmentation andare thus white. When a lavender-flowered plant from the firstmutant stock was crossed to a whiteflowered plant from the secondmutant stock all the F1 plants had purple flowers. When the F1plants were allowed to self-fertilize the following F2 generationwas observed: 157 purple 71 white 49 lavender 277 total A. Usingyour own clearly defined genetic symbols together with theirphenotypic effects give the appropriate P0 F1 and F2 genotypes toexplain these results. Is this trait controlled by the alleles of asingle gene? B. What phenotypic ratio would be expected from atestcross with an F1 wildflower? C. What kinds of progeny(phenotypic ratios) would you expect if lavender F2 plants wereallowed to self-fertilize?