Ferns can have linear sori or circular sori. Assume that these effects are caused by a single gene in which one allele is completely dominant to the other. L refers to linear sori and C refers to circular sori. Note that these letters are different; only one can be used directly as a gene symbol.
Decide upon a gene symbol based on the recessive phenotype (there is not enough information in this question for you to know which is mutant). Define the alleles with a single letter, capitalizing the dominant allele and use lower-case for the recessive.
Assume the ratios fit a standard 1:1, 1:0, or 3:1 ratio and that chance does not make one ratio look like another (i.e. a 3:1 doesn't accidentally fit a 1:1).
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