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What is Mendelian genetics? Answer must include dominance and recessiveness.
Genetic analysis predates Gregor Mendel, but Mendel's laws form the theoretical basis of our understanding of the genetics of inheritance. Mendel made two innovations to the science of genetics: 1. developed pure lines 2. [ counted his results and kept statistical notes Dominant - the allele that expresses itself at the expense of an alternate allele; the phenotype that is expressed
in the F1 generation from the cross of two pure lines Recessive - an allele whose expression is suppressed in the presence of a dominant allele; the phenotype that disappears in the F1 generation from the cross of two pure lines and reappears in the F2 generation ]
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