Dictionary of Human Evolution and Biology

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Mendelian Principle Of Segregation

In sexually reproducing organisms, the two members of an allele pair or of homologous chromatids are separated at meiosis during gametogenesis, with each gamete receiving only one member of the pair; these then recombine when gametes fuse during fertilization. Mendel’s first principle.

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