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Grade: 12th pass

                        

A true breeding plant is : (1) near homozygous and produces offspring of its own kind (2) always homozygous recessive in its genetic constitution (3) one that is able to breed on its own (4) produced due to cross-pollination among unrelated plants

4 years ago

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Aabid Hussain
askIITians Faculty
571 Points
							Dear Anmol,

Thank you for asking!

The correct option is option 1.

Thanks
4 years ago
ANMOL SETH
36 Points
							A true breeding plant is : (1) near homozygous and produces offspring of its own kind (2) always homozygous recessive in its genetic constitution (3) one that is able to breed on its own (4) produced due to cross-pollination among unrelated plantsWhy can it not be pure homozygous recessive????
						
4 years ago
Aabid Hussain
askIITians Faculty
571 Points
							Dear Anmol,

The correct answer will beoption 1.

That is, True breeding plants are nearly homozygous and produces offspring of their own kind.

Hope the answer of the question.

4 years ago
ANMOL SETH
36 Points
							This is what i am confused with.... why nearly homozygous ?????????? Why not fully homozygous????????And what is the difference b/w fully and nearly homozygous?
						
4 years ago
Aabid Hussain
askIITians Faculty
571 Points
							Dear Anmol,

Near homozygous term here represent the literal term. It means complete homozygous. As you will observe the rest of the options, none of them are associated with true breeding organism.

Hope it is clear now !
4 years ago
Aashu Mittal
85 Points
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3 years ago
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