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Genetics and Mendelian Experiments – Monohybrid and Dihybrid Crosses

Video   Feb 13, 2019 | Taken from YouTube

 

Crosses in genetics can be presented theoretically in more than one ways. One of the most simple methods of presenting a Cross is using the Punnett Square method. The technique has several advantages, especially when it comes to complex calculations of Dihybrid crosses. Want to know how the technique and Dihybrid cross work? Watch this video to know about the two interesting concepts.

 
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