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  1. Mendel's First Law states that for the pair of alleles an individual has of some gene (or at some genetic locus), one is a copy of a randomly chosen one in the father of the individual, and the other if a copy of a randomly chosen one in the mother, and that a randomly chosen one will be copied to each child. He also said that each allele has an equal chance to be the one copied, and that the copyings of alleles to different offspring or from different parents are independent. This very basic set-up underlies all of genetics. Since a parent has two alleles of each gene, the parent
  2. Can we use the 1st law of Mendel in case of a single gene linked to a sexual chromosome? I have an exam tomorrow i need an answer!!
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