The coat color for all offsprings will be covered with black fur. This is because; the female albinos can produce only dominant black alleles, if they are true-breeding organisms. The transplanted ovaries express only black coat color, so the results may contain a heterozygous offsprings (Bb).
We do know the genotype of an individual with recessive trait, but not the genotype of an individual with dominant trait.
If an individual shows the dominant trait, it can either be homozygous dominant for the expressed trait, means both the alleles are identical ( AA ); or it can be heterozygous dominant, means one allele is dominant, and the other is recessive ( Aa ). The dominant trait is expressed when one dominant allele is present. Thus, by observing the phenotype of an individual we do not know the genotype of an individual with dominant trait.
In case of individual expressing recessive trait, we can predict the genotype. This is possible because, recessive trait is expressed in homozygous condition ( aa ). In other words, recessive trait is expressed when two recessive alleles are present.
A genotype is the genetic information of an organism, which expresses a particular character. The phenotype is the character that is expressed by the genotype. For example, a plant with the genotype RR , expresses Red color flowers (phenotype). Another plant with rr ¸ expresses white color flowers. If both the plants are crossed, produce an offspring with the genotype Rr , expressing Red color flowers. Here, Red color trait is said to the dominant , and the white is recessive.
Yes, it is possible for two individuals to have different genotypes that express the same phenotype. Take the above mentioned example to understand this phenomenon. A cross between the two plants will give offsprings with the different genotypes RR, Rr , but they express Red color flowers that means their phenotype is samE.