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Q: Mendel believed that during the formation of gametes, the pair of genes controlling a trait separate. He called this the principle of _____. dominance segregation separation recession
A: Mendel believed that during the formation of gametes, the pair of genes controlling a trait separate. He called this the principle of SEGREGATION.
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User: Mendel believed that during the formation of gametes, the pair of genes controlling a trait separate. He called this the principle of _____. dominance segregation separation recession

Weegy: Mendel believed that during the formation of gametes, the pair of genes controlling a trait separate. He called this the principle of SEGREGATION.
Frankie17851|Points 3171|

User: A monohybrid cross is made between plants that _____. have experienced only one hybrid generation differ in only one trait are identical are self-pollinated

Weegy: A monohybrid cross is made between plants that DIFFER IN ONLY ONE TRAIT.
jher000|Points 7971|

User: The characteristic that results from a monohybrid cross is the _____ trait. dominant recessive

Weegy: None of the above can be expected for the recessive trait of monohybrids from the F2 generation.
dennis003|Points 988|

User: What can be expected for the recessive trait of monohybrids from the F2 generation? all dominant traits all recessive traits 1/3 dominant traits 2/3 recessive traits none of the above

Weegy: None of the above can be expected for the recessive trait of monohybrids from the F2 generation.
dennis003|Points 988|

User: Each trait of a plant is determined by _____. an allele one gene a pair of genes one dominant gene

Weegy: Each trait of a plant is determined by a pair of genes.
jcr.2008|Points 840|

User: The genotype represents _____. a paired combination of genes either a dominant or recessive gene a given phenotype two alleles

Weegy: The answer is a.a paired combination of genes
mordred|Points 2565|

User: The outward appearance of a particular trait is called the

User: Recessive genes will always be masked by dominant genes. This is Mendel's principle of

Weegy: Mendel's principle of dominance suggests a recessive gene will always be masked by the presence of a dominant gene
uxiali|Points 1206|

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