Q. The phenotype of vestigial (short) wings (vg) in Drosophila melonogaster is caused by a recessive mutant gene that independently assorts with a recessive gene for hairy (h) body. Suppose that a cross is made between a fly with normal wings and a hairy body and a fly with vestigial wings and normal body hair. The wild-type F1 flies were crossed among each other to create 1024 offspring. What phenotypes will you suppose among the 1024 offspring, and how many of each phenotype would you expect?