In a hypothetical animal, joy and movement are under the control
of independently assorting genes J and M, respectively. Individuals
can laugh (J1J1), frown (J2J2), or smile (J1J2). They can also be
runners (M1M1), walkers (M2M2), or joggers (M1M2). Determine the
genotypic and phenotypic ratios of the offspring from a cross
between a smiling runner and a smiling jogger.
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