Reciprocal crosses , Biology

RECIPROCAL CROSSES

Similar results were obtained with reciprocal crosses also. A reciprocal crosses involves the same traits but carried by sexes opposite to those in the original or first cross.

Original and Reciprocal Crosses give same result

 

 

Male Gamete

 

Female Gamete

 

Offspring

 

Original Cross

 

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Reciprocal Cross

 

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