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## How many unique gametes could be produced through independent assortment by an individual with the genotype AaBbCCddEEFF?

14. The number of different possible gametes produced by the diploid genotype (AaBbCcDdEe) is 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 = **32** (2 for each pair of heterozygous genes).

## How many gametes can be formed from AaBbCc?

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No. of homologous chromosome pairs (heterozygous genes) | No. of different gametes from each parent |
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1 (Aa X Aa) | 2 (2^{1}) |

2 (AaBb X AaBb) | 4 (2^{2}) |

3 (AaBbCc X AaBbCc) | 8 (2^{3}) |

4 (AaBbCcDd X AaBbCcDd) | 16 (2^{4}) |

## How many different gametes can you obtain by independent assortment?

When these chromosome pairs are reshuffled through independent assortment, they can produce **eight possible combinations** in the resulting gametes: A B C.

## How many unique gametes can AaBbCCddEEFF produce?

In determining the number of gametes that can be produced from a particular diploid genotype, it is generally computed as 2^{n}, with n being the number of genes involved in the process. The genotype AaBbCCddEEFF shows that there are 6 genes available for distribution. Therefore, the answer is B. **4**.

## How many genetically gametes can be produced by independent assortment from a 2n 6 cell?

How many genetically unique gametes can be produced by independent assortment from a 2n=6 cell? Based on the different arrangements of homologous pairs during meiosis I, **8 unique gametes** can be produced.

## When AABbCC is crossed with AABbCC then the ratio of hybrid for all the three?

The ratio of hybrid for all three genes for AaBbCc is **18**. Hence, the correct answer is option (A).

## How many different gamete combinations are there?

There are **8,324,608 possible combinations of 23 chromosome pairs**. As a result, two gametes virtually never have exactly the same combination of chromosomes. Each chromosome contains dozens to thousands of different genes.

## What is the Independent Assortment?

The Principle of Independent Assortment **describes how different genes independently separate from one another when reproductive cells develop**. … During meiosis, the pairs of homologous chromosome are divided in half to form haploid cells, and this separation, or assortment, of homologous chromosomes is random.

## Does independent assortment occur in meiosis 2?

Sister chromatids **separate** in meiosis II. Independent assortment of genes is due to the random orientation of pairs of homologous chromosomes in meiosis I. … Crossing over produces new combinations of alleles on the chromosomes of the haploid cells.