Gregor_Mendel

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Gregor Mendel Group 1 Kristen Enriquez Cassandra Rojas William Zuniga Melissa Medrano
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Father of Modern Genetics The first person to trace the characteristics of successive generations of a  living thing  He was not a world-renowned scientist of his day.  Rather, he was an Augustinian monk who taught natural science to high school  students.
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Second child of Anton and Rosine Mendel They were farmers in Brunn They couldn’t afford for him to attend college Gregor Mendel then attended the Augustinian  Monastery and became a monk
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Where Mendel Studied He was later sent to the University of Vienna to study. By both his  professors at University and his colleagues at the monastery, Mendel was  inspired to study variance in plants 
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Gregor J. Mendel, O.S.A., experimental garden  (35x7 meters) in the grounds of the Augustinian  Monastery in Old Brno. Its appearance before 1922.  Courtesy of Villanova University Archives.   The Monastery Garden with the greenhouse which Gregor J. Mendel, O.S.A., had built in 1870.  Its  appearance before 1902. Courtesy of Villanova University  Archives.
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How Mendel Got Started
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