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Unformatted text preview: Genesis. Hegel, Goethe and Henschel (19 th century) everything is interrelated by each other Pangenesis (c. 520 B.C.) specific particles called gemmules carry information from various parts of the body to the repoductive organs, from where they are passed to the embryo at the moment of conception concept persisted well into the late 1800s Early plant and animal breeders Klreuter (1760) hybrid vigor in tobacco crossing red and white carnations results in pink flowers ( blending inheritance ) Knight, Seton and Goss (1820) crossed green and yellow peas when self-pollinated the results were both green and yellow peas Grtner (1840) recognized two patterns of hereditary: either offspring were identical to one of the parents or they were intermediate...
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course BIO 2306 taught by Professor Durhkopf during the Summer '08 term at Baylor.
- Summer '08