Mendel on Patterns of Inheritance

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Mendel on Patterns of Inheritance Danny Hanshew Jr. BIO/100 03/25/2011 Katrina Everhart
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Mendel's approach to evolutionists of his time was considered unorthodox. Mendel's work was neglected by non-evolutionists because he was unconventional in showing evidence that supported evolution, which was just unheard of. Hybridists during Mendel's times focused on species differences; however they were more focused on multiple types of characters difference. Hybridists then felt that different species had inherited key qualities and that evolution was not the process, so they used different types of species to see how hybrids showed important qualities of their parents. Mendel decided not cross different species; instead he bridge different varieties that were closely allied. Mendel’s approach to this analysis was a distinct contrast to the methods of investigating hybrids. It was so outlandish to think that evolution was possible the spectrums were so far apart that what people did not know or understand was
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