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does law of segregation fail in the case of incomplete dominance as there is no blending in the case of segregation and it ensures that the gamete receives only one of the two factors?


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As per law of segregation, only one of the factors enters in to the gametes. When the gametes fuse the two factors again come together.
If the factors are dominant and recessive only dominant will express.
If the factors are not completely dominant and completely recessive then an intermediate trait will express.
So this is what happens in incomplete dominance.The charecetrs blend though the factors remain as it is.
So this does not follow Mendels law of segregation.

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