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Mendel's Experiments and Laws of Inheritance

Principles of Inheritance and Variation
Biology
Class 12

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Mendel's Experiments with Pea Plants

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Inheritance of One Gene

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Advanced Knowledge of Mendel's Laws of Inheritance

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Inheritance of Two Genes

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Mendel's experiment to show the inheritance of one generation (Monohybrid cross):

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When a pea plant with yellow round seeds was crossed with a plant with green wrinkled seeds, yellow round, yellow wrinkled, green round and green wrinkled seed producing varieties were obtained in almost equal numbers. The genotypes of the patents in this cross are.

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Law of Mendel which is not completely applicable

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In sweet pea, genes C and P are necessary for colour in flowers. The flowers are white in the absence of either or both the genes. What will be the percentage of coloured flowers in the offspring of the cross 

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Explain the Law of Dominance using a monohybrid cross.

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Work out a typical Mendelian dihybrid cross and state the law that he derived from it.

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Give the pair of contrasting traits of the following characters in pea plant and mention which is dominant and recessive (i) yellow seed (ii) round seed. 

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According to the law of Independent Assortment in a dihybrid cross

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What is the size of Node A?

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Rewrite and complete the following sentences by inserting the correct word in the space indicated.
_____ is the scientific name of garden pea, which mendel used for his experiments.

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