Mendel's Three Laws of Heredity?

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Mendelian inheritance is the scientific theory of how characteristics are passes from parent to offspring. Mendel's first law, the Law of Segregation, states that every individual possesses a pair of alleles. The second law, Law of Independent Assortment, states the there are separate genes for separate traits. There is not a third law of heredity.
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