Question: In Zea maize, the genes for virescent color, glossy leaves, and variable sterility have been mapped. The virescent gene is located 18.3cM from glossy, which is located 13.6cM from the variable sterile gene. The order is virescent, glossy, variable sterile. If the interference value for this region is 0.40, what would 1,000 progeny look like from a cross of virescent, glossy, varibale sterile heterozygotes (all mutant alleses in cis) with a homozygous virescent, glossy, variable sterile strain? Note all mutations are recessive.