What did Mendel's cross-pollination of pea plants prove? Factors carry the code for proteins in segments of RNA. Hereditary factors do not combine but are passed on in the same form they were inherited. Dominant traits are always expressed and recessive traits are always hidden. Different offspring of the same parents inherit identical characteristics.
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Hereditary factors do not combine but are passed on in the same form they were inherited
Purple-flowered plants crossed with white-flowered plants result in either plants with purple flowers or plants with white flowers.
I think is A, i might be wrong so please check before sending.
The most appropriate answer would be option C.
With the help of cross-pollination experiments, Mendel proved that factors exist in the alternative forms which control the phenotype of the trait.
These factors are now termed as genes (protein coding sequence of DNA) and alternative forms are termed as alleles.
The alleles code for a particular protein which determines the phenotype or trait.
In addition, he also concluded three laws of inheritance which are known as:
Law of dominance Law of segregation Law of independent assortment.
The ginetic information from the parents will be passed on to their young??