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Genes are specific sequences of nucleotides that code for particular proteins. Through the processes of meiosis and sexual reproduction, genes are transmitted from one generation to the next.
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Study of the frequency of genes and genotypes in a mendelian population is known as population genetics. In other words, it is a branch of genetics which deals with the frequency of genes and genotypes in mendelian populations.
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