the presence of continuous phenotypic variation in an F2 generatin suggest that a character is inherited by
Asked by rohitraman1115 | 30th Jun, 2018, 04:59: PM
Due to recombination, non-parental offsprings are formed if genes present on X chromosome is loosely linked. So, in the F2 generation, new non-parental types of offsprings are formed whicj means that genes responsible for the trait are loosely linked which upon after recombination, new variants are formed. So, it is due to recombination.
Answered by Sivanand Patnaik | 30th Jun, 2018, 05:56: PM
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