The purpose of Mendel’s dihybrid cross experiment was to find out if one trait can affect the inheritance of other traits.
Explanation:In every living organism there are innumerable characters and each of those character is regulated by alleles. Alleles are basically a form of gene. Mendel carried out dihybrid cross experiment in order to understand whether or not a pair of allele affects the inheritance of another pair of alleles. Mendel conducted this experiment by using three steps: Firstly he selected parents and obtained the pure lines. His next step was Emasculation , Dusting and Raising F1 Generation, and lastly he inbreed-ed F1 hybrids so that it can produce F2 generation. And his experiment turned out to be a success.
The correct answer is option B
The purpose of Mendel's experiment with dihybrid cross was to determine whether more than one trait affect each other as they are inherited.
When the dihybrid cross was done between pea plants having two characters one is pea color and pea shape, then the result of the cross stated that one trait is unaffected by another .
This result concluded "Law of independent assortment".
the correct answer is B
The answer is to determine if traits affected each other
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I think it's D
The whole purpose of Mendel's dihybrid cross experiment was to find out if one trait can affect the inheritance of other traits.
An experiment may be conducted for several reasons:-
1.To test an hypothesis
2.To find out how something behaves
3.To measure something
The correct option is B. To determine if one trait could affect the inheritance of other trait.
The dihybrid cross is a cross between the two parents who have difference in two pairs of the alleles.
In the experiment of the dihybrid cross, during the first meiotic division the homologous pair of the chromosomes aligned randomly before getting separated from each other. The separation of the chromosomes leads to independent assortment. The four cells which are formed during the second meiotic division are developed into the haploid gametes.
The relationship data of the dominance for each trait between the alleles was available with Mendel. The purpose of the dihybrid cross was to determine the type of relationship that existed between the pair of alleles.
The result of the experiment of the dihybrid cross was the law of independent assortment according to which the formation of gametes the segregation of alleles of both the pairs of alleles are independent of each other.
D is the answer