Gregor Mendel made two laws of hereditary. The First was the law of segregation and the second the law of independent assortment.
Law of segregation states that for a gamete, it receives one copy a gene in a random process and can be found in each gamete.
Independent assortment states that the alleles of two or more than two different genes get sorted into gametes, independent of each other.
AA is sorted independently and segregated to be passed to the gamete and the same for aa
A A x a a
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Law of segregation can be understand that when an individual makes a gamete, gamete receives one copy a gene in it which is completely random process and can be found in each gamete that later will form in the offspring.
Independent assortment states that the alleles of two or more than two different genes get assorted into gametes, totally independent to one another.
Punnett square is the diagram representation of the prediction of the genotypes of a particular breeding experiment. This predictions are used to the show on the basis of of both the laws stated above. In the punnett square the alleles of each gamete are segregated and represented outside of the box on right side and above the box.
The each inner box is get one copy of the alleles from both the side independently of one other.
What is the primary function of chloroplasts
Cell-to-cell communication is absolutely essential for multicellular organisms. But how do plants communicate when their cells are surrounded by cell walls? Plants use __________ for long-distance signaling, such as ethylene which promotes fruit ripening and regulates growth. A) hormones B) ions C) neurons D) phospholipids
Cell-to-cell communication allows signalling of essential substances between the plant cells, which are surrounded by cell walls. The molecules used by plants for long-distance signalling are known as hormones, such as auxin, ethylene, and gibberelin.
These hormones are secreted by one plant cell and received by another plant cell, where it exerts it affect. Thus, the correct answer to be fill in the blank is 'option A). hormones.'
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Salmonberry leaf cells contain 14 chromosomes. How many chromosomes will a new leaf cell contain after mitosis ?
Which of the following statements about eutrophication is NOT true? (A) It is caused by acid rain.
(B) It is caused by the addition of nutrients to a water system.
(C) It is most harmful when there is little flow through in the system.
(D) Phosphorus is the main causal agent.
(E) Humans are responsible for most eutrophication.
Order the following from the stage of highest total population to the stage of lowest total population: Industrial, Pre-Industrial, Post-Industrial, Transitional
Answer:Post-industrial, industrial, transitional, pre-industrial
what type of tissue has cells that are tightly packed, sits on a basement membrane , is avascular, and is easily regenerated
Which of the following is similar among all living organisms on Earth? social behavior, physical appearance, cellular function, all of these
What reaction prevents more than one sperm from binding to an oocyte during fertilization?
If a person is heterozygous for an autosomal RFLP, and the fragment containing the RFLP is amplified by PCR, how many bands will appear on the gel after restirction enzyme digestion 3
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The prediction of the number of bands that will appear after any type of PCR amplification procedure requires the crucial information like the primer sequences as well the as the amplicon sizes used for that particular PCR.
No matter what it is autosomal or hetrozygous , the basic information is always required.