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Which one of the following is exclusively applicable for genes (1)Occur in pair (2)Segregate at the time of gamete formation (3)Indepent pairs segregate independently of each other (4)One pair segregate independently from other pair Please explain the last two statements. Also in NCERT pg 82, what is A and B?

Which one of the following is exclusively applicable for genes
(1)Occur in pair
(2)Segregate at the time of gamete formation
(3)Indepent pairs segregate independently of each other
(4)One pair segregate independently from other pair
Please explain the last two statements. Also in NCERT pg 82, what is A and B?

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Simran Vinaik
askIITians Faculty 1231 Points
3 years ago
Option 4 is exclusively for genes. on Page no 82 in table the A is for chromosome and B is for gene. In the table first two points are same for both gene and chromosome as genes are located on chromosome. Both occur in pair. It is the pairing and segregation of the pair of chromosomes that leads to segregation of the pair of factor, so the 4 th point is applicable for genes.
Yadav Girish Dnyanoba
15 Points
9 months ago
Table A for chromosomes  and table B for genes as in the law of independent assortment it is clearly mentioned that segregation of one pair of character (genes) is independent of other pair of character (genes). This is same applicable for genes and while other A table is for chromosomes. 

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