Gregor Mendel's Results Of Crossing The Peas

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At first, Gregor Mendel was a monk, and later he became abbot of the monastery in Brunn. His, now famous, experiments he conducted with the usual peas, which were grown in the monastery garden. There were a few specific conditions that allowed Mendel to get the specific results that he got: First of all, he was familiar with math and the theory of probability, thus he knew that in order to evaluate the results of crossing the peas, he needed to perform it a lot of times, in order to decrease the probability to commit any mistakes. Also, he started with observing specific inherited traits that and what was happening with them throughout generations. Secondly, Mendel chose the type of plant that was not codominant. For instance, he chose the
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