Suppose we select males of each genotype and mate them to females of a single genotype, say Ee. Those matings are depicted in the table below. Complete that table. Note, that to determine the average phenotypic values of the parents and their progeny, you need to weight (he phenotypes provided by the ratios of the genotypes of the parents in the mating, or the progeny that result from the mating, respectively. For which mode of gene action do the phenotypes of the parents most accurately predict the performance of their progeny? Briefly, why is that so?