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crossing over is the process of exchange of DNA between homologous chromosomes whereas the independent assortment is the process in which the chromosome pairs align themselves at the middle of the cell. Crossing over takes place in Prophase I of meiosis I whereas the independent assortment takes place in metaphase I of meiosis I.How does the law of independent assortment relate to meiosis?
The law of Segregation, which states that while a parent may have two alleles for a certain gene, these alleles are separated from each other during meiosis. The Law of Independent Assortment, which states that the way an allele pair is segregated during meiosis has no effect on how other pairs are separated.When during Meiosis does independent assortment occur?
Independent assortment of genes occurs during meiosis in eukaryotes. Meiosis is a type of cell division that reduces the number of chromosomes in a parent cell by half to produce four reproductive cells called gametes.