It states that, when two contrasting pairs of trait are followed in the same cross, their alleles assort independently into the two gametes and the distribution of alleles of one trait into gametes has no influence on the distribution of alleles of the other
Law of independent assortment.
Introduction of Mendel Gregor Joha Mendel was borne in 1822. He died in 1884. He was a priest. He formulated two laws of heredity: (a) Law of segregation (b) Law of independent assortment. Mendel presented his findings to Brunn Society for the study of