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9.2.2. Mendel's Laws

Mendel's Laws

The conditions established by Mendel after his experiments with peas can be reflected in the following laws or principles:

The laws of Mendel are the set of basic rules on transmission by genetic inheritance of characteristics from parents to their children, and were established by Mendel after his experiments with peas.

The first two laws refer to the study of a single character, while the third is based on the simultaneous study of two characters.