the theory of genetics is we are all made up of traits we get from our parents
Yes, in theory, but it's considered unethical.
He is known as the Father of Genetics. He has laid the first stone in the field of genetics. His theory was very important in supporting the theory of evolution.
"The theory of dependency running in family genetics is an ongoing study. There is strong evidence that there is a genetic component to many dependencies therefore I would say that yes, it does run in family genetics."
Chromosomes are made up of DNA
Gregory Mendel, the "father of genetics"
in real science, anything with the word theory in-front of it means it hasn't been disproven - for example gravity is a theory.
it shows the traits from the ancestors
the pea plants he experimented on Genetics A+
it determines the gender of a human being
The nativist theory deals with the biological belief that language is an innate feature of the infant. The nativist theory is where it is believed that we have an inborn ability to learn and learning is in our genetics.
It doesn't. Evolution is explained by population genetics, evolutionary theory.
The neodarwinian synthesis.
Can cause down syndrome
At the time some scientists did reject the theory, but by the end of Darwin's life the theory was, tentatively, accepted. Then genetics took off and the theory was panned again. 1900 t0 1932. Then the modern synthesis arose blending genetics with systematic thought, paleontology and botany and the theory of evolution by natural selection was on much firmer footing The theory has undergone many modifications since Darwin's day, as any scientific theory does, but, aside from some minor scientific challenges, the theory is still standing more than 150 years later.