Explain, from the point of view of the behavior of non-homologous chromosomes in meiosis

Explain, from the point of view of the behavior of non-homologous chromosomes in meiosis, why with dihybrid crosses, inheritance for each pair of characters is independent of each other.

Hybrid hybridization is the crossing of organisms that differ in two pairs of alternative characters, for example, the color of the flowers (white or colored) and the shape of the seeds (smooth or wrinkled).
If in dihybrid crosses different pairs of allelic genes are in different pairs of homologous chromosomes, then pairs of characters are inherited independently from each other (the law of independent inheritance of characters).

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