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How did Mendel’s approach to answering scientific questions differ from that of his contemporaries? Mendel instead of trying to take on every different trait and why they worked for blending he only did seven. These seven traits allowed him to control the time it took for the experiments. This was a genius way of thinking because not only was be able to control the experiment and document it. He also was able to apply mathematics to the equation. This was unheard of at the time he was doing his experiments. How did his novel approach contribute to his success in describing how traits are inherited? His novel approach allowed him to be able to see each generation of peas. He kept it pretty simple so that he was able to know which peas produced the results. This is very important to do it this way because if you get your research mixed up you can not validate the experiment. What advantages did he enjoy by choosing to study the garden pea? The advantages that Mendel enjoyed, because he studied the garden pea was it was slightly easier to do
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