What did Mendel conclude determines biological inheritance?
Mendel's Laws of Biological Inheritance
Gregor Mendel, an Austrian monk turned scientist, is known as the ''father of genetics.'' Mendel carried out controlled crosses between pea plants and studied the various phenotypes produced. He specifically studied seven different phenotypes and observed their appearance in successive generations of offspring. Mendel's conclusions formed the basis of modern-day genetic studies.
Answer and Explanation:
From his ingenious experiment on pea plants, Mendel was able to determine that offspring inherit a single trait from each parent. This single trait...
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