Second-Generation (Hybrid) Crosses

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Second-Generation (Hybrid) Crosses



The offspring produced by crossing two individuals of first generation constitute the second generation. When two first generation pea plants with green pods were crossed, plants with green pods and plants with yellow pods appeared in the second generation in the ratio of 3:1. It suggests that the parental character that were missing in the first generation, reappears in the second generation. 

Learning objectives

After completing this module, you will be able to:
 - Explain second generation crosses.
 - Predict the traits that would be produced as a result of two first generation crosses.
True Breeding Plant First Generation Hybrids Second Generation


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Controller Required Yes
Languages English - US English - UK 中文 عربى
Domain K-12
Topic Code MS100224
Devices Google Cardboard Google Daydream Samsung Gear VR Oculus Go Pico EduPro