In his work - Next, Mendel crossed the offspring of the F 1...

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In his work, Mendel took pure-line pea plants and cross-pollinated  them with other pure-line pea plants.  He called these plants the  parent generation When Mendel crossed pure-line tall plants with pure-line short plants,  he discovered that all the plants resulting from this cross were tall.  He called this generation the  F1 generation  (first filial generation).
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Unformatted text preview: Next, Mendel crossed the offspring of the F 1 generation tall plants among themselves to produce a new generation called the F2 generation (second filial generation). Among the plants in this generation, Mendel observed that three-fourths of the plants were tall and one-fourth of the plants were short....
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