1. mendel observed that pea plants had traits, such as color, that were either “one or the other,” never something in between. discuss the correlation between mendel’s factors, what they might be, and why pea plant traits come in one form or another—e. g., gray or dark red—rather than blended.
because a trait is either dominat or recessive and they can't both show at the same time. Even if both are present only 1 will show: homozygous dominate(AA), heterzygous(Aa), or homozygous recessive(aa).
The trait may be dominant or recessive.
Mendel worked on the pea plant (Pisum sativum) . Mendel is known as the "Father of Genetics".
Monohybrid cross of pea plant demonstrated the law of dominance. According to this law, in a pair of contrasting trait one trait which can express itself among the trait and hides the expression of other trait. This trait which can express itself is known as dominant trait. The trait which cannot express itself is recessive trait. Recessive trait will express itself only in the homozygous condition. Gray or dark red color depends on the whether the trait is dominant or recessive. Blended expression of trait do not occur if the trait follows the Mendel law.
straight or amphibians are homeothermic to thermal
c is the correct answer hope this !