Formulate the third law of Mendel. Why is it called the law of independent inheritance?

The law of independent inheritance (Mendel’s third law) – when two homozygous individuals are crossed that differ from each other in two (or more) pairs of alternative characters, genes and their corresponding characters are inherited independently of each other and combined in all possible combinations (as with monohybrid crossing).

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