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Dihybrid cross

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A genetic cross between individuals with different alleles for two gene loci of interest


Dihybrid cross as used by the geneticist, Gregor Mendel, helped him to formulate his Law of Independent Assortment.

Word origin: Greek di- (two, twice, double)


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