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    Etc.: Principles and biological concepts of heredity before Mendel
    Submitted by Prashanth N Suravajhala; posted on Tuesday, November 02, 2021

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    ABSTRACT EXCERPT

    The knowledge of the history of a subject stimulates understanding. As we study how other people have made scientific breakthroughs, we develop the breadth of imagination that would inspire us to make new discoveries of our own. This perspective certainly applies to the teaching of genetics as hallmarked by the pea experiments of Mendel. Common questions students have in reading Mendel's paper for the first time is how it compares to other botanical, agricultural, and biological texts from the early and mid-nineteenth centuries; and, more precisely, how Mendel's approach to, and terminology for debating, topics of heredity compare to those of his contemporaries?
    Article: doi.org/10.1[...]308-4
    Citation: Poczai, P., Santiago-Blay, J.A. Principles and biological concepts of heredity before Mendel. Biol Direct 16, 19 (2021).

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