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After observing the results of the dihybrid cross, Mendel allowed all of the F1 plants to self-pollinate. He referred to these offspring as the F2 generation . Mendel noticed a 9:3:3:1 ratio in the phenotypes . About 9/16 of the F2 plants had round, yellow seeds; 3/16 had round, green seeds; 3/16 had wrinkled, yellow seeds; and 1/16 had wrinkled, green seeds.
Mendel discovered that, when he crossed purebred white flower and purple flower pea plants (the parental or P generation), the result was not a blend. Rather than being a mix of the two, the offspring (known as the F 1 generation) was purple-flowered. When Mendel self-fertilized the F 1 generation pea plants, he obtained a purple flower to white flower ratio in the F 2 generation of 3 to 1. The results of this cross are tabulated in the Punnett square to the right.
Another feature of of independent assortment is recombination. Recombination occurs during meiosis and is a process that breaks and recombines pieces of DNA to produce new combinations of genes. Recombination scrambles pieces of maternal and paternal genes, which ensures that genes assort independently from one another. It is important to note that there is an exception to the law of independent assortment for genes that are located very close to one another on the same chromosome because of genetic linkage.
(genetics) The process of random segregation and assortment of chromosomes during anaphase I of meiosis resulting in the production of genetically unique gametes .