Mendel's law

Definition of Mendel's law

Men´del's law
1.A principle governing the inheritance of many characters in animals and plants, discovered by Gregor J. Mendel (Austrian Augustinian abbot, 1822-84) in breeding experiments with peas. He showed that the height, color, and other characters depend on the presence of determinating factors behaving as units. In any given germ cell each of these is either present or absent.

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genetic science, genetics, law, law of independent assortment, law of nature, law of segregation
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