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(Science: genetics) The two basic principles of genetics proposed by gregor Mendel.
The law of segregation, which states that the alleles governing a trait are separated during the creation of gametes (meiosis).
The law of independent assortment, which states that the genes controlling different traits are distributed separately from each other during meiosis.
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