If a child more strongly resembles one parent's physical traits than the other parent's, the explantion could be due to chromosome movements during?
This study is discussed.
What your question is really asking is: At what point in Meiosis determines the contribution of a given parent to their gametes (the haploid products of meiosis)? It is possible for one parent to randomly contribute more dominant traits, resulting in a child that "more strongly resembles them".
<br>So back to the question: When does this occur in meiosis? First examining the two phases (I and II) of ...
Meiosis is explained using strong examples.