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Gregor Mendel and pea plants

Children resemble their parents.
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16173. Gallery 3: Gregor Mendel 's Experimental Results
Mendel's notes on some of his pea plant results in his handwriting.
16162. Gallery 2: Album Bernay (1876-93) Illustration of Pea Plants
This is an illustration from Album Bernay (1876-93), and shows some of the pea traits Mendel used.
16161. Gallery 2: Colored Pea Flower
The colored flower of a pea plant.
16152. Children resemble their parents
DNAFTB Problem 1: Test your knowledge of Mendel's techniques.
16170. Genes don't blend.
DNAFTB Animation 3: Gregor Mendel explains that breeding short and tall pea plants didn't produce a medium-sized plant.
16143. Children Resemble Their Parents
DNAFTB Animation 1: Gregor Mendel explains how traits are inherited.
16169. Concept 3: Gene's don't blend.
Mendel discovered that pure-bred plants did not produce offspring with blended traits.
10896. "Illustrating Mendel's cross of yellow and green peas"
"Illustrating Mendel's cross of yellow and green peas"
16180. Genes don't blend.
DNAFTB Problem 3:Breed pea plants to observe flower color.
16182. Some genes are dominant.
DNAFTB Animation 4: Gregor Mendel explains the rules of inheritance.
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