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2016-04-26T11:47:19+05:30

Mendel's law of segregation describes what happens to the alleles that make up a gene during formation of gametes. For example, suppose that a pea plant contains a gene for flower color in which both alleles code for red. One way to represent that condition is to write RR, which indicates that both alleles (R and R) code for the color red. Another gene might have a different combination of alleles, as in Rr. In this case, the symbol R stands for red color and the r for "not red" or, in this case, white. Mendel's law of segregation says that the alleles that make up a gene separate from each other, or segregate, during the formation of gametes. That fact can be represented by simple equations, such as:

RR → R + R or Rr → R + r

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2016-04-26T11:54:13+05:30
 THIS LAW IS ALSO CALLED AS LAW OF SEGREGATION MEANS ACQUIRING SOME THING FROM THE PARENTS GENETICALLY.THIS ALSO SAYS THAT GENES COMES IN PAIRS AND INHERITED,ONE FROM THE EACH PARENT. LIKE TRANSFERRING OF DNA.


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