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Who were Gregor Mendel's children?

  Answer   Gregor Mendel was a Roman Catholic priest and monk, so he was not allowed to marry, to have sex or have children.
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What is the importance of Gregor Mendel's work?

The year was 1851. Gregor Mendel, a young priest from a monastery in Central Europe, entered the University of Vienna to study mathematics and science. Two years later, Mendel (MORE)
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What are gregor Mendel's three laws?

 1. the Law of Dominance   2. the Law of Segregation   3. the Law of Independent Assortment   Gregor Mendel in his work on experiments in hybridization only  me (MORE)

What was Gregor Mendel's experiment and his findings?

Gregor Mendel performed an experiment with Pea Plants. It dealt with genetics of pea plants, and breeding to create formulas about heredity. He mixed different types of pea pl (MORE)

When was Gregor Mendel's work recognized?

He published his findings in 1865 but it was not until after his death, more than 30 years later, that his work widely recognized published his findings in 1865 but it was not (MORE)

What was Gregor Mendel's role in genetics?

Gregor Mendel developed the theory of inheritance and heredity. Mendel expirimented with the garden pea plant. First he pollinated short pea plants with tall pea plants. The n (MORE)