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Mendel's Laws of Inheritance

 
     
 
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Mendel's Laws of Inheritance
Gregor Mendel's life
Pre-Mendelian experiments
Mendel's experiments
Symbols and terminology
Principle of segregation (law of purity of gametes)
Principle of independent assortment
Mendel's results, chromosome theory and linkage
Molecular basis of Mendel's wrinkled seed character
The rules of probability (product rule and sum rule)
Mendelian genetics in humans
Deviations from Mendel's finding

Gregor Johann Mendel (1822-1884) is appropriately called father of genetics. With the help of his experiments on garden pea, he was able to formulate laws, which explain the manner of inheritance of characters. These laws have been tested and stood the test of time. Although Mendel described his results in 1866, his work was recognized only in 1900, when Mendel's laws were rediscovered simultaneously by Hugo de Vries, a Dutch biologist, Carl Correns, a German botanist and Erich von Tschermak, an Austrian botanist.

 
     
 
 
     




     
 
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