2. A Northern Ontario Geneticist is mapping genes in Procyon lotor, also known as the common raccoon. She takes raccoon females heterozygous for each of three autosomal recessive mutations (red fur [a], no rings around eyes [b], and absence of striped tail [c]), and testcrosses them to males showing all three mutant phenotypes producing 1000 progeny of the following phenotype:
red hair, no ring, no stripe 432
WT 429
red hair, no ring 37
red hair, no stripe 35
no ring 34
no stripe33
Show the arrangement/order of alleles in the heterozygous trihybrid female parent
Draw the genetic map that explains the obtained data
Show whether or not Interference is occurring

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