Asked in History of ScienceGregor Mendel
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What did Gregor Mendel contribute to the field of biology?
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Who is the scientist that started the field of genetics?
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Who is regarded as the founder of modern genetics?
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What did Gregor Mendel do for the field of genetics?
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Names of biological scientists and their contribution?
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Who is known as the father of genetics for his work in the field of genetics?
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What was the field of Gregor Mendel study that later supported Darwin's theory of natural selection?
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Did gregor Mendel arrive at his conclusion by accident?
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Mendel became famous for his study of?
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How lond did gregor Mendel study pea plants?
I don't know exactly for how long did he study pea plants but I do know that his work is of immense value in the field of genetics. Gregor Mendel was the first person to introduce the concept of alleles in genes and their affect on offspring's genotype or phenotype. Modern day genetics still and will continue to use Gregor Mendel's work to understand concepts of genetics.
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What Australian monk is the father of genetic?
Gregor Mendel is considered the father of genetics for the experiments he conducted on pea plants. These experiments were neatly planned and result were so meticulously recorded that several years later, three investigators in the field of biology were able to put together a theory that described his observations.
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Why was Gregor Mendel important in the field of genetics?
Who are six people who made important contributions to the field of genetics?
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What is the contribution of Gregor Mendel to the field of biology?
He undertook several breeding experiments with peas and thus he deduced the general rules of inheritance. His work was purely phenomenological, as he didn't understand how the characteristics were being passed down from generation to generation, but his works (when rediscovered) were a good start, as he was among the first biologists to use mathematical methods in his experiments.