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Mendel's Law of Segregation

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lakshay bhugra (2 days ago)
thanksss sir
Mustafa kamal (4 days ago)
sir what is the differnece b/w dominant and recicieve allel???
AMY M (1 month ago)
best chemistry teacher ever!! have been studying this at school for 2 weeks and haven't understood it this way at all. Should've found your channel earlier!
Charlotte Moore (1 month ago)
I find that speeding up all his videos by 1.25 will make the video less dull and slow. Keeps me on my toes and active - not so much story telling!
Fahmida Moni (2 months ago)
Thank you so much for explaining so clearly and giving the conceptual idea behind the Law of Segregation!
Jennifer Perez (3 months ago)
Love your videos!!!
Bharath Raj (3 months ago)
Thank you so much Sir
MeM Festo (3 months ago)
You missed crossing over in meiosis 1 where purple capital T will get exchanged with the red capital T nd thus a chromosome will have purple T red T on it’s sister chromatids
naseer ahmed (3 months ago)
xcellent all-rounder sir😃😁
ARK4N (4 months ago)
this was amazing thank you
Jensen Pecora (4 months ago)
Cannot say enough good things about this video...I'm a junior in college and you explained this better than any science teacher/professor I've ever had
Malkit Singh (6 months ago)
well explained
Akoiy Tihook (7 months ago)
I love this video great explanation. I think when using the terms you refered alleles as genes. The two alleles are what make up the genotype. Essentially what codes for penotype. Tall height. anyways it's not much of big deal.
BABDU singh (9 months ago)
thanks buddy
Puneet Singh (9 months ago)
Tallness and dwarfness .... Are these controlled by the same gene or different genes ??? I think these are controlled by different alleles of same gene .........plz clear this to me
Kenneth Hsu (1 year ago)
Superb lectures
Morris Kay (1 year ago)
I think you mean "alleles" instead of genes. "Gregor Mendel proposed that each pea plant contains two hereditary factors (aka genes*)" Should be alleles instead of genes. A gene has two sets of alleles....
Adi Levy (1 year ago)
Just wanted to give my thanks for taking your time to make these incredible videos. Great for MCAT prep. You are awesome!!
Karimu Kaderi (1 year ago)
Thank you so much, I really don't think you understand how immensely helpful your videos are!
Hawra Hayder (1 year ago)
you are the best
ge wenxuan (1 year ago)
really love your videos thank you so much!!
mahzabin rafah (1 year ago)
thank u soooo much 😍😍 this is soooo helpful
Saurabh singh (1 year ago)
veryyy helpful ..thanxx for teaching us...
Annisa Ibrahim (1 year ago)
hey, thanks a lot for the vid
James Tato (1 year ago)
Ak Lecture... you should consider raising you volume...
melody (1 year ago)
excellent lecturer ..I'm from Iraq and I found your lectures are so informative and good explained with clear words and not hesitated like others..thanks a lot
Rahat Malik (1 year ago)
Thank you for such a wonderful video and teaching
DamnMakeup (1 year ago)
The best lectures ever with the best explanations!!! Thank you so much!!!! I wish you were lecturer on at my university!!
phoenix2038 (1 year ago)
In generation "f2" 25% is short 75% is tall, what about in generation "f3", is it 6.3% (25% of 25%)?
Maria Jose Najas (1 year ago)
Isn't what you explained at the beggining the law of dominance??
Nikki (2 years ago)
Freaking amazing!!! My AP bio teacher should talk like that!!!! Thank you!!!! 😭
TonySoprano55 (2 years ago)
Hahah death stare at the end! Thanks for the videos.
James Younge (5 months ago)
AK LECTURES (2 years ago)
+TonySoprano55 too funny!
Lourdes Cardona (2 years ago)
Kamilah Kent (2 years ago)
Thank you for this video!!
You are an amazing person!!!
poon amy (2 years ago)
very detailed explanation!! finally I can have a better understanding on this topic , thank you very much for sharing :)
Love You (2 years ago)
Very good.
DoYouHaveTheBallz (2 years ago)
My teacher is a mess and I have a test in 2 days. I was beggining to lose all hope of passing... Then I find your videos on RNA and after watching them and now this I'm beginning to see some light at the end of the tunnle. I'm sure many will agree that you sir is a hero! Please never stop making these! <3
Jake Tyler (2 years ago)
you're really good at teaching. Thanks
Tyrion Targaryen (2 years ago)
In about 2 years searching this site for information on science classes, no one else has come close to your continuity or delivery. Youtube's mountain of videos are all separated and it can require extra time and work to find what you need. Thank you for making this possible for all of us.
AK LECTURES (2 years ago)
+Elbereth Gilthoniel You're welcome! Glad my lectures have made an impact on your learning! :)
Marco iKo (2 years ago)
this makes a lot of sense. thanks heaps! :)
AK LECTURES (2 years ago)
+Marco Sajorda you're welcome :)
Bhargav Sisir (2 years ago)
Let e tell u pal.....ur explanation rocks..it really really rocks....truly awesum...infact i neevr praised a vedio in youtube in tjis manner but ..the amount of detali present in your explaation..the way u just keep on repeating stuff to mke it clearer clearer..is really cool
Bhargav Sisir (2 years ago)
Mann ijust dont understand....everytime si see a recessive gene i see a dwarf plant is it compulsary to take a dwarf plantwhile considring a recessive plant
Evan Michel (2 years ago)
Great video, very helpful.
Sankhya Chatterjee (3 years ago)
brother keep rocking .... awsun vids man...
AK LECTURES (3 years ago)
+Sankhya Chatterjee thanks, will do :)!
santhi gattineni (3 years ago)
The videos are just awesome. Thank you.
AK LECTURES (3 years ago)
+santhi gattineni you're welcome!
Mase dollars (3 years ago)
Thank you, so my understanding of the law of segregation is separation of homologous chromosomes (two pairs of sister chromosomes, not chromatids) during gamete formation.

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