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Who was one of the first scientists to use numbers to look for patterns in experimental data

Gregor Mendel was one of the first scientists to use numbers to look for patterns in experimental data.
Gregor Mendel was one of the first scientists to use number to look for patterns in experimental data.

What process do scientists use to answer questions about the world for example Redi's experiment with rotting meat

*A+*Scientific Method

Who developed the chromosome theory of inheritance

Theodor Boveri and Walter Sutton developed the theory of chromosomal inheritance in 1902. The concept of the theory is that it identifies chromosomes as the carrier of the genetic material. It explains the Laws of Mendelian inheritance. It also states that chromosomes are linear structures with genes located at specific sites along them.

Gregor Mendel was the first doing his pea pod experiments between 1856 and 1863 and publishing his results in 1865. He is known as the father of modern genetics. His theory is called the Mendelian Inheritance, which has the following two fundamental principles:

1 - Law of segregation - two copies of a gene segregate from each other during the transmission from parent to offspring

2- Law of independent assortment - alleles of different genes assort independently of each other during gamete formation

Where does the cell theory state that all cells come from

other cells

What did Walter Fleming identify during cell division

chromosomes

What process is thought to have changed the genetic code over billions of years

evolution

What type of reproduction occurs when animals produce cloned offspring

asexual

The work of which scientist caused controversy that still exists today

Charles Darwin

What term is defined as the ability to do work

*A+*energy

Who developed the first known system for classifying living things

Aristotle

Which two scientists helped to disprove the idea of spontaneous generation

Redi and Pasteur helped to disprove spontaneous generation.

What kinds of organisms were missing from the first classification system

Bacteria are the kinds of organisms that were missing from the first classification system.

Whose system of classifying and naming organisms is still in use today

The answer is Carl Linnaeus

Approximately when was the structure of DNA first described

1953

What well known process was important in developing both Mendel's and Darwin's ideas

Artificial Selection.

What was the greatest step toward the discovery of cells

The greatest step toward the discovery of cells was the invention of the microscope.

While walking home from school you notice that the leaves on the trees have started to turn from green to red and yellow You wonder why this happens What should you do next

review what is known about the subject.

Choose the antonym for this word enough

Insufficient.

What word is an antonym for fraudulent

Honest

What was the source of the microscopic ''animalcules''described by Leeuwenhoek

pond water

Dr. Brooke studies plants to learn about ecosystems. What is Dr. Brooke's specialty

Dr. Brooke studies plants to learn about ecosystems. What is Dr. Brooke's specialty?

What of these is always part of using the scientific method

A question about an observation

What of the following is not a use for transgenic organisms

*A+* production of cloned sheep

What was the source of the microscopic "animalcules" described by Leeuwenhoek

pond water

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