Theory:

Before studying the experiments of Mendel, it is better to know the below terminologies and symbols related to the topic of genetics.
Hybrid and types:
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Cross between pure-breeding pea plants
 
A hybrid is an organism formed by crossing two genetically distinct individuals.
 
Monohybrid cross:
 
A monohybrid cross is a cross made between two organisms to study the inheritance of a single pair of alleles of a character. E.g., The cross between homozygous tall (\(TT\)) and homozygous dwarf (\(tt\)) forms is heterozygous tall (\(Tt\)) plants. The \(Tt\) plant is heterozygous for genes that control one of its characteristics (height). It is a monohybrid, and this cross is referred to as a monohybrid cross.
 
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Monohybrid cross
 
Dihybrid cross:
 
A dihybrid cross is a cross between two organisms made to study the inheritance of two pairs of alleles from two different genes.
 
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Dihybrid cross
 
Trihybrid cross:
 
Trihybrids are created by crossing two individuals of the same species to study the inheritance of three sets of variables or alleles from three separate genes.
Filial generations:
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Mendel genetic concept crossing pea plant experiment
 
\(F1\) generation:
 
The \(F1\) generation, also known as the first filial generation, is the generation of hybrids produced by a cross between genetically different individuals known as parents.
 
\(F2\) generation:
 
The \(F2\) generation, also known as the second filial generation, is the generation of young one forms due to inbreeding or interbreeding between representatives of the \(F1\) generation.
Genotype and phenotype:
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Genotype and phenotype
 
Genotype:
 
A genotype is a collection of genetic information encoded in the genes of a cell or organism.
 
Phenotype:
 
Phenotype is the result of the genotype interaction with environmental factors. It means the totality of all the characteristics and properties of the organism.
Selfing, cross, pure line, and Punnett square:
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Self and cross-pollination
 
Selfing:
 
The fusion of male and female gametes from a single genetic individual is known as selfing.
 
Cross:
 
In genetics, cross results from breeding two parents with different genes, resulting in offspring with traits from both parents.
 
Pure line:
 
A pure line is defined as an animal or plant with particular qualities passed down across generations as a result of inbreeding.
 
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Pure line breeding between red and white flowers
 
Emasculation:
 
Emasculation is the removal of the male sex organ. It is executed in plant breeding to remove stamens from a bisexual flower to prevent self breeding.
  
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Emasculation process
 
A video explaining emasculation, tagging, and bagging
Symbols used in genetics:
\(P\) - genotypes of parental forms
 
\(F\) - genotypes of offspring
 
\(A\) - dominant gene
 
\(a\) - recessive gene
 
\(Aa\) - heterozygous state of two allelic genes
 
\(AA\) - homozygous state of dominant genes
 
\(aa\) - homozygous state of recessive genes
 
\(AaBb\) - diheterozygote
 
\(AaBbCc\) - trigheterozygote
 
\(" × "\) - crossing
 
\(♀\) - maternal organism 
 
\(♂\) - paternal organism
Reference:
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