Can different characteristics inherit each other?
Source 3.3 Mendel Second Set of Experiments (2018.) Retrieved from http://www.CK12.org/book/CK-12- biology-concept/section/3.3/
He crossed true-breeding plants with different traits, being that their were more than one trait that crossed, we call this a bihybird cross.
He also realized that the dominant always wins over the recessive, one of the traits of the plants will give it to the offspring and will be the dominant trait. Also, some trait will be left out leaving out call the recessive.
He realized the sends had combinations of genotypes, which determine the phenotype. The phenotype is what you see.
There were some hetrozygous offspring which is different genotypes and homozygous offsrping which has the same genotypes, as well.
Since their was a combination of the alleles, which were not found in either parent. He results were 9:3:3:1.