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CBSE Class 12-science Answered

why does recombination occur only in F2 progeny? why not in F1 progeny? also while selfing F1 progeny why are we using different species? if then it will not be considered as selfing
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Asked by kaziryan.05 | 03 Aug, 2021, 11:24: AM
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The process of crossing over, or recombination occurs when two paired chromosomes could "cross over" to exchange information. Recombination does indeed occur during prophase of meiosis, and it creates different combinations of alleles in the gametes that result i.e., the F1 generation also.
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