How is a punnett square a model for what happens during meiosis?
Haha, lazy for workbook questions, eh? Well here ya' go.
Punnett squares are a model for what happens during meiosis
because they are an easier way to show the events that occur at
^ so not the answer. LOL
During meiosis, the chromosomes segregate into gametes. The
gamete of one parent combines with the gamete of another. A PS has
all the possible gametes of both parents. One on the top and one
going down the left. The squares are then filled with all the
So it shows all the possible products of meiosis for both
parents, and then all of their possible combinations...