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20 February, 15:51

Mendel's law of segregation states that

A. if a parent has a dominant allele, its offspring will exhibit the dominant trait only.

B. traits tend to segregate, with multiple recessive traits often showing up in the same offspring.

C. genes are segregated independently of each other.

D. offspring receive one allele for each trait from each parent, and the allele from each parent is distributed randomly.

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  1. 20 February, 17:38
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    genes are segregated independently of each other.

    Explanation:

    Mendel's law of segregation states that genes are segregated independently of each other. An organism's characteristics are determined by internal factors that occur in pairs. Only one of the factors forming the pair can be carried in a single gamete.
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