Why do diploid organisms always have allelic genes? Does this feature persist in haploid organisms?

Diploid organisms have allelic genes because they determine the developmental options for the same trait. In haploid organisms, this feature is not preserved, since in germ cells (haploid), only one gene is responsible for each trait (this is based on the “gamete purity rule”).

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