Which statement describes Mendel’s hypotheses regarding gametes? A) gamete carries two genes for a trait. B) gamete carries one

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Which statement describes Mendel’s hypotheses regarding gametes?
A) gamete carries two genes for a trait.
B) gamete carries one allele for a gene.
C) gamete can carry multiple alleles for a trait.
D) Some gametes are dominant and some are recessive.

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Linh Đan 1 year 2021-07-26T21:37:06+00:00 1 Answers 44 views 0

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    2021-07-26T21:38:55+00:00

    Answer:

    The correct answer is B. A gamete carries one allele for a gene.

    Explanation:

    Gamete (also called sex cell or reproductive cell) is a haploid cell (having half number of chromosome as compared to the parent cell) that is produced through a cell division, termed as meiosis in sexually reproducing organisms.

    According to the Law of segregation given by Gregor Mendel-

    During the process of gamete formation, the two alleles of each gene segregate from one another so that a gamete carries one allele for a gene.

    Thus, option B) is the right answer.

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