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  1. Gregor Mendel - Wikipedia

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gregor_Mendel

    Gregor Mendel, who is known as the "father of modern genetics", was inspired by both his professors at the Palacký University, Olomouc (Friedrich Franz and Johann Karl Nestler), and his colleagues at the monastery (such as Franz Diebl) to study variation in plants.In 1854, Napp authorized Mendel to carry out a study in the monastery's 2 hectares (4.9 acres) experimental garden, which was ...

  2. Johann Gregor Mendel: Why his discoveries were ignored for ...

    www.weloennig.de/mendel02.htm

    JOHANN GREGOR MENDEL: WHY HIS DISCOVERIES WERE IGNORED FOR 35 (72) YEARS . Some critical comments about the effects of Darwinism on Biological Research by Pioneers of Genetics as well as further Biologists and Historians of Biology

  3. Gregor Mendel: The Pea Plant Experiment

    https://www.juliantrubin.com/bigten/mendelexperiments.html

    In one experiment, Mendel cross-pollinated smooth yellow pea plants with wrinkly green peas. (The organisms that are used as the original mating in an experiment are called the parental generation and are marked by P in science textbooks). Every single pea in the first generation crop (marked as f1) was as yellow and as round as was the yellow, round parent.

  4. Mendel's Paper (English - Annotated)

    www.mendelweb.org/Mendel.html

    Experiments in Plant Hybridization (1865) by Gregor Mendel. Read at the meetings of February 8th, and March 8th, 1865

  5. MendelWeb Notes

    www.mendelweb.org/MWNotes.html

    This is a set of notes and summaries to accompany the text of Mendel's paper. The notes are arranged according to the section of the paper to which they're most relevant.

  6. Mendel's First Law of Genetics (Law of Segregation)

    https://www.ndsu.edu/pubweb/~mcclean/plsc431/mendel/mendel1.htm

    Mendel's First Law. Variations to Mendel's First Law. Pedigree Analysis. Mendel's Second Law. Chi-Square Test. Pleiotropy. Epistasis. Modifier Genes. Penetrance and Expressivity

  7. Experiments in plant-hybridisation: William Bateson ...

    https://www.amazon.com/Experiments-plant-hybridisation-William...

    Gregor Mendel (1822 - 1884), the Father of Modern Genetics and Christian monk, wrote this short and informative paper in 1866. This is the documentation of his landmark Pea Experiments and inheritance traits of hybrid populations.

  8. The History of DNA Timeline | DNA Worldwide

    https://www.dna-worldwide.com/resource/160/history-dna-timel

    1866 - Gregor Mendel discovers the basic principles of genetics. In 1866, an unknown Augustinian monk was the first person to shed light on the way in which characteristics are passed down the generations.Today, he is widely considered to be the father of genetics.

  9. Mendel and his peas (article) | Khan Academy

    https://www.khanacademy.org/.../a/mendel-and-his-peas

    How Austrian monk Gregor Mendel laid the foundations of genetics. Mendel's life, experiments, and pea plants.

  10. One gene–one enzyme hypothesis - Wikipedia

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/One_gene-one_enzyme_hypothesis

    The one gene–one enzyme hypothesis is the idea that genes act through the production of enzymes, with each gene responsible for producing a single enzyme that in turn affects a single step in a metabolic pathway.The concept was proposed by George Beadle and Edward Tatum in an influential 1941 paper on genetic mutations in the mold Neurospora crassa, and subsequently was dubbed the "one gene ...