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Mendel’s second law states that alleles
different gene types independently
Consider an organism having diversity of two genes
(SsYy), the S and Y alleles are inherited from its mother and
S and Y have come from their father. when this creature produces
Build the comet and paternal origin (S and Y) of the comet and maternal origin (S and Y) together
Or is it possible to obtain a single cometary maternal and paternal allele, S and Y (or S and Y)?
To answer these questions Mendel conducted another series of experiments. He started with peas which were different from both
Seed Characteristics: Seed size and seed color. a true breed
The parental strain produces only turmeric seeds (SSYY),
The rest form a short, ssyy.
Passing between these two strains will produce the F1 generation
Where all plants are SsYy.
because the s and y alleles
The dominant, F1 seeds are all globular and yellow.
Mendel continued this experiment with the F2 generation.
The hybrid plays the cross, the cross made in the middle of it
Heterozygous identical individuals.
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