Answer: The correct answer is C) Alleles belonging to the same gene will never end up in the same gamete during meiosis.

According to the Mendel’s law of segregation, during the process of gamete formation in meiosis, the alleles ( different forms of a gene) are separated from one another so that every gamete receives one allele.

This is also called law of purity of gamete as alleles never end up in the same gamete during meiosis.

Thus, option C) is the right answer.