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BiologyJan17th2007 - Cross-fertilization is when a force...

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Dustin Lee 1/17/2007 Biology Block C 1. The particulate hypothesis is different from the blending hypothesis because the blending hypothesis does not explain how traits that disappear in one generation can reappear in later ones. 2. Self-fertilization is when a true-breeding thing produces offspring identical in appearance to itself generation after generation.
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Unformatted text preview: Cross-fertilization is when a force mixes sperm from one thing to something else that is different so that it inherits different traits. 3. The pattern of inheritance that the blending hypothesis fails to explain is how traits can disappear in one generation, reappear in later ones....
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