Causes of variation, Biology

CAUSES OF VARIATION -

Effect of environmental conditions

Change in the gene pattern like -

(a) Random distribution of homologous genes in meiosis

(b) Crossing over

(c) Dual parentage

(d) Random union of gametes during fertilization

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