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    With hard work and dedication that almost was forgotten, Gregor Mendel was named the “Father of Genetics” after he spent eight years studying pea plants and discovering the procedure of traits passed down from one generation to the next. For more than 40 years, people didn’t really pay close attention or any attention at all to Mendel's work. It wasn’t until the 20th century, Mendel's work was finally noticed which introduced new laws to understanding heredity. Gregor Mendel was born on July 20th, 1822. Where he grew up in a small village in the Hynčice Czech Republic, born into a German-speaking household. In the course of his childhood, Mendel worked as a gardener and studied beekeeping. As he got older, Mendel attended Gymnasium in Opava.…

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    Gregor Mendel the famous scientist who experimented with pea plants to get a better understanding of genetics. As much work he did with pea plants he was also a botanist. His observation became the root of the study of heredity. His work showed that genes in pea plants follow certain patterns. Like all experiments Mendel had to have a hypothesis, the experiment and the results. Gregor Mendel experimented with genetics to understand why offspring look the way they did. He started his experiments…

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    Gregor Mendel, also known as “ The Father of Genetics”, was born in Austria on July 22nd 1822. During most of his early childhood he lived on a farm. There he would be able to go to school. Mendel was always complimented, by his teachers, for his want to learn. Through his want to learn his schoolmaster wanted to send Mendel to a secondary school to better his education. This caused the family to be stressed with financial problems, and was a difficult experience for Mendel. He pushed through…

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    throughout history. Scientists have found different galaxies, medicines that cure the sick, or someone like Gregor Mendel, who discovered chromosome genes. Gregor Mendel discovers why/how a person looks the way they do. Growing up, Gregor Mendel did not have much money. At first, he also studied meteorology before he studied genes Gregor entered college by age 21, when he was in school at a younger age his teachers knew that he was very smart. He also was a monk. People believe that in the…

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    Mendel's Genetics: Keystone of Biotechnology By Phil Krstulich Student no. 100801496 BIOL 1010 Modern advances in biotechnology hinge upon humanity's comprehension of genetics through the rigorous application of good scientific practices. Additionally, observation is limited to the tools of the era; it is with this in mind that Gregor Mendel is worthy of the moniker, 'Father of genetics'. His diligent observations with the tools he did have were all the more…

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    Genetics When it comes to genetics, a person that comes to mind is Gregor Mendel. He was a scientist and botanist who was famous for discovering the genetics in a human being, and genetics in general. He was able to conduct his hypothesis as he used pea plants to show that planting two different pea plants can make a unique offspring, or even the same two peas can create a unique offspring. When coming up with these experiments, Mendel came up with three laws, The Law of Dominance, The Law of…

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    On July 22nd, 1822 Johann Mendel was born. Later on being called Gregor, Mendel changed his first name and made his original one his middle name due to becoming a monk. Many things lead up to Mendel becoming a monk, so in this biography I will be telling you about this very famous scientist who changed, created, and discovered many things. Gregor’s hometown and place of birth was Heinzendorf, Austria. His two parents were Rosine and Anton Mendel, who owned a family farm in hopes of their son…

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    Gregor Mendel: A Great Scientist Gregor Mendel was a scientist, born in 1822. He lived as a monk for a long time, most of his life. He is said to be “the only one who got it more or less right.” I am going to tell about his main discoveries and life. He published his ideas in 1866, but no one believed his ideas until about 1900, over 15 years after his death. He graduated High school and went to University of Olmütz in 1840 at age 18. His family owned just a small farm, and paid a lot for…

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    Gregor Mendel was a famous scientist. He was born in Austria in 1822 and died in 1884. He studied peas in his backyard. He had many plants but his favorite one was his pea plants. His parents were pioneers and he lived as a monk his whole life. He was a scientist and grew up loving to study peas. Gregor discovered many things with peas. He learned what forms and colors they could be. He also learned that the outer shells could be smooth or wrinkled. He learned that the inside of the…

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    Gregor Mendel was a scientist from Moravia who became famous for founding the science of genetics. He worked with cross breeding pea plants, focusing on several different characteristics. When he found that breeding a green and yellow pea plant, always turned out with yellow colored offspring, he ended up making the terms "dominant" and "recessive". Sadly, Mendel's work wasn't found important until decades later in the 20th century, but the things he discovered are still important to us today. …

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