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Gregor Mendel Manuscript, 1865

 Gregor Mendel Manuscript, 1865
First page of Mendel's paper (German), Experiments in Plant Hybridization, in his handwriting, 1865.
plant hybridization, hybrid, gregor mendel, gallery 3, handwriting, 1865, manuscript
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