Results for: classical-genetics

Who create mendellian law?

Gregor Mendel, the father of classical genetics, was an Austrian monk who performed early genetic experiments on pea plants. The Mendelian Laws of Genetics were determined by him. These include the Law of Segregation and the Law of Independent Assortment. Full Answer

What has the author Robert C King written?

Robert C. King has written: 'Molecular genetics' -- subject(s): Molecular genetics, Genetics 'Encyclopedic dictionary of genetics' -- subject(s): Dictionaries, German, Genetics, English language 'A dictionary of genetics' -- subject(s): Genetics, Dictionary, English 'Vertebrates of genetic interest' -- subject(s): Genetics, Vertebrates… Full Answer

What has the author Harry Ostrer written?

Harry Ostrer has written: 'Non-mendelian genetics in humans' -- subject(s): Biochemical Genetics, Genetics, Genetics, Biochemical, Genetics, Medical, Hereditary Diseases, Human genetics, Medical genetics, Mutation 'Legacy: a genetic history of the Jewish people' -- subject(s): Origin, Jews, Identity Full Answer