Mendelian Genetics

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(genetics) A set of theories that attempts to explain inheritance and biological diversity according to the tenets of Gregor Mendel regarding the transmission of genetic characters from parent organisms to their offspring based on his statistical analysis and scientific breeding experiments on pea plants. His significant contributions served as the cornerstone of genetics.


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