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In Order to Ensure that He Had Pure-breeding Plants for His Experiments, Mendel : (A) Cross-fertilised Each Variety with Each Other (B) Let Each Variety Self Fertilise for Several Generations (C) Removed the Female Parts of the Plants (D) Removed the Male Parts of the Plants. - Science

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ConceptRules for the Inheritance of Traits - Mendel’s Contributions

Question

In order to ensure that he had pure-breeding plants for his experiments, Mendel :
(a) cross-fertilised each variety with each other
(b) let each variety self fertilise for several generations
(c) removed the female parts of the plants
(d) removed the male parts of the plants.

 

Solution

let each variety self fertilise for several generations
Mendel ensured that he used pure breeding plants for his experiments by letting each variety self-pollinate for several generations.

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 Lakhmir Singh Solution for Biology for Class 10 (2018 to Current)
Chapter 4: Heredity and Evolution
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Solution In Order to Ensure that He Had Pure-breeding Plants for His Experiments, Mendel : (A) Cross-fertilised Each Variety with Each Other (B) Let Each Variety Self Fertilise for Several Generations (C) Removed the Female Parts of the Plants (D) Removed the Male Parts of the Plants. Concept: Rules for the Inheritance of Traits - Mendel’s Contributions.
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