what does the movement of alleles  into different gametes demonstrate?

Mendel's first law is the law of segregation of alleles describing the movement into different gametes.

The alleles with the traits of a character are segregated into two different gametes and new characters, traits have been formed. The two coexisting alleles of an individual for each trait segregate (separate) during gamete formation so that each gamete gets only one of the two alleles. Alleles again unite at random fertilization of gametes.

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