Explain the Mendel’s laws shortly?
The three laws of mendel are:
Law of Segregation: In diploid organisms, chromosome pairs (and their alleles) are separated into individual gametes (eggs or sperm) to transmit genetic information to offspring.
Law of Dominance: A dominant allele completely masks the effects of a recessive allele. A dominant allele produces the same phenotype in heterozygotes and in homozygotes.
Law of Independent assortment: Alleles on different chromosomes are distributed randomly to individual gametes.
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