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Mendel’s four hypotheses
, Mendel?s theory proposed that dominant and recessive genes exist in pairs (e.g., YY, rr) and that the genes of a pair separate and pass independently to egg and sperm cells (i.e., the gametes). [ Then during fertilization, the separated genes (e.g., Y, r) recombine randomly in zygotes (i.e., in fertilized eggs). To test these theoretical claims (we will call them scientific hypotheses
asthey are part of Mendel?s more general and complex inheritance theory), Mendel conducted a twopart experiment with pea plants. ]
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Weegy: , Mendel?s theory proposed that dominant and recessive genes exist in pairs (e.g., YY, rr) and that the genes of a pair separate and pass independently to egg and sperm cells (i.e., the gametes). [ Then during fertilization, the separated genes (e.g., Y, r) recombine randomly in zygotes (i.e., in fertilized eggs). To test these theoretical claims (we will call them scientific hypotheses asthey are part of Mendel?s more general and complex inheritance theory), Mendel conducted a twopart experiment with pea plants. ]
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User: Select two of Mendel’s four hypotheses. For your chosen hypotheses, answer the following: How could you rewrite these in your own words? How does this hypothesis help to explain genetic diversity (variety) in a population? Find an example that illustrates the hypotheses.

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