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Genetics are based on probabilities. The larger the sample size, the more likely the results will conform to probabilities.

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mendel studied garden pea(Pisum Sativum)


Gregor Mendel used pea plants to study heredity.


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Mendel became famous for his study of the pea plant. Gregor Mendel's study of this plant led to significant contributions in the field of genetics and heredity. He is called the" father of modern genetics." Mendel was born in 1822 and died in 1884.


he study math and phyics also the pea plants


Answer: Davidmt1: gregor mendel discovered the study of genetics. He did this by studieng pea plants.


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Gregor Mendel is the first person to study genetics!!!!


he did not study animals, he is famous for his experiments with pea plants.


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Gregor Mendel used pea plants in his experiments to study heredity


Mendel study various organisms but his most discussed experiments dealt with his pea-plant crosses.


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