Gregor Mendels Second Experiment
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Gregor Mendel's 2nd experiment is known as the Law of Independent Assortment
Fun fact, genotype determines phenotype!
Mendel studied two alleles at a time in his 2nd experiment.
He crossed yellow round seeds and plants with green wrinkled seeds, this is known as a dihybrid cross.
Yes, and the green wrinkled seeds were recessive.
The yellow round seeds were dominant.
(Mendel's second set of experiments.) 2018. www.ck12.org/biology/mendels-second-experiment/lesson/Mendels-Second-Set-of-Experiments-BIO/.19 Mar. 2018.
If a yellow round seed reproduced with another yellow round seed, the offspring would be homozygous because the parents are the same.
And if a yellow round seed reproduced with a green wrinkled seed, the offspring would be heterozygous because the parents are different.
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