The contrasting pairs of factors in Mendelian crosses are called

A) allelomorphs

B) multiple alleles

C) paramorphs

D) alloloci

Answer: A) allelomorphs

Explanation: The contrasting pairs of factors in Mendelian crosses are called alleles or allelomorphs. Alleles are different forms of a gene present in the same locus, on a homologous pair of chromosomes.

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