Both The Loci For Red Eyes And Normal Wings Are Located On The Same Chromosome W

Both the loci for red eyes and normal wings are located on the same chromosome within Drosophila. Using a standard dihybrid test cross design, you produce a heterozygous F1 female by crossing a homozygous female for red eye, normal wing (RR DD) against a homozygous male for white eyes and downward wings (rr dd). This F1 female is crossed against a white eyes and downward wing male (rr dd) and 1000 progeny are scored. Is it possible to get the following result? Explain your answer.

red eye, normal wing; 171

red eye, downward wing; 325

white eye, normal wing; 364

white eye, downward wing; 140

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