anonymous
  • anonymous
During gamete formation, each allele of a pair for a gene moves to separate gametes. Which principle is indicative of this statement? The principle of independent assortment The principle of segregation The principle of unit characters
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anonymous
  • anonymous
The principle of segregation
anonymous
  • anonymous
explain plez
anonymous
  • anonymous
The first one refers to the independent assortment of genes and so characteristics that are on nonhomologous chromosomes such as the color and the seed shape in mendel's experiments. The third one states that every genetic character of an organism is controlled by unit factors existing in pairs. And the second one - The principle of segregation, states that the gene alleles ( one from the mother and one from the father) never fuse, but always separate in the forming gametes.

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ok i get it thanks

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