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There are three laws of inheritance developed by Mendel. They are the Law of Dominance, the Law of Segregation, and the Law of Independent Assortment.
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the three main ideas are he worked on finding how yo moma had u lol
I only know of one. his name was Gregor Mendel who was a monk and experimented with pea plants.
Gregor Mendel's wok as rediscovered by three europeans in the 1900's. They too were trying to breed two different plants. No one knows the names of these men but if it were not for them then we would not have discovered genetics so early.
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Yes, Gregor Mendel experimented with pea pods. He formulated Mendels law of inheritance around 1856. He came up with three main laws: 1. Law of Dominance 2. Law of segregation 3. Law of independent assortment
The first person known to have used probability and mathematics to predict offspring was Gregor Mendel. In the mid-1800s, Mendel studied the inheritance of seven characteristics in pea plants, in which each characteristic had only two forms, e.g., white or purple flowers, round or wrinkled seeds, and tall or short stems. Through these studies, he developed three laws of heredity; the law of segregation, the law of independent assortment, and the law of dominance. The chromosome theory of inheritance, developed in the early 1900s, explains the mechanism underlying the laws of Mendelian inheritance.
1. the Law of Dominance2. the Law of Segregation3. the Law of Independent AssortmentGregor Mendel in his work on experiments in hybridization only mentioned two principles-1. Principle of segregation of gametes2. Principle of independent assortmentLateron these were called as Laws.
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