In rabbits, a series of multiple alleles controls coat color in the following way: C is dominant to all other alleles and causes full color. The chinchilla phenotype is du the the c ^ch allele, which is dominant to all alleles other than C. The c^h allele, dominant only to c^a(albino), results in the Himalayan coat color. Thus, the order of dominance is C>cch>c^h>c^a. For each of the three cases below, the phenotypes of the P1 generatjions of 2 crosses are shown, as well as the phenotype of one member of the F1 generation. For each case determine the genotypesof the P1 generation and the F1 offspring and predict the results of making eadch cross fetween F1 individuals as shown.