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What is the study of teh branch of biology that studies heredity?
What is teh Transfer of pollen from an anther to a stigma of teh same flowewr?
What is the transfer of pollen from an anther of the flower of one plan to a stigma of the flower of another plant?
What means that all the offspring would display only one from of a particular trait?
What is it called when a purple-flowering plant produced only plants with purple flowers in subsequent generations?
Parental Generation(P generation)
Mendel then cross-pollinated two varieties from the P generation that exhibited contrasting traits, such as purple flowers and white flowers, what did he called the offspring of these plants?
F1 generation
When Mendel callowed the F1 generation to self-pollinate, what did he called the offspring of these plants?
F2 generation
(What does this mean)Having the same alleles at a particular hene locus on homologous chromosomes?
(What does this mean)Having different alleles at one or more corresponding chromosomal loci.
(What does this mean)The combination of alleles located on homologus chromosomes that determines a trait.
(Waht this mean)The expression of a sepcific trait, such as stature or blood type, based on genetic and wnvironmental influences.
Which law states that the members of each pair of allleles separate when gametes are formed?
Law of Segregation
Which law states that pairs of alleles separate independently of one another during gamete formation?
Law of Independent