Principle(s) of the chromosome theory of inheritance include: check all that apply. 1) chromosomes contain the genetic material that is transmitted from parent to offspring and from cell to cell 2) chromosomes are replicated and passed along from parent to offspring and also from cell to cell during development of a multicellular organism. 3) the nuclei of most euk cells contain chromosomes found in homologous pairs - diploid. one member from mother, one from father. at meiosis, one of two members segregates into daughter nucleus. gametes have one set of chrms - haploid. 4) during formation of haploid cells, diff types (nonhomologous) chrms segregate independently from eachother 5) each parent contributes one set of chrms to offspring. the maternal and paternal set are functionally equivalent
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Chromosome theory of inheritance was proposed in 1902, by Walter Sutton. This theory basically tried to explain that factors responsible for Mendelian inheritance were chromosomes and they were the main genetic materiel which were passed from parents to offspring during the reproduction.
There were 5 principles proposed by this theory which are mentioned in the question. The theory was proposed many years ago then when scientists actually believed this theory. It was an experimentation made by Thomas Morgan in 1910 on Drosophila melanogaster that provided evidences that chromosomes are the hereditary material and people actually believed in chormosome theory.
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