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This law was proposed on the basis of monohybrid experiments. According to this law, ”Even though the recessive allele remains masked by the dominant allele and fails to manifest its phenotype in the f1 generation, up on selfing of the f1 generation during gametogenesis the recessive allele segregates without being affected by the dominant allele.” […]


Law of dominance is proposed by Mendel on the basis on monohybrid experiments. According to this law, “when hybridisation is carried out between two pure line individuals having a pair of contrasting characters, all the f1 individuals exhibit the same phenotype and the phenotype exhibited by the f1 corresponds to the dominant phenotype.” For e.g.: […]