Even today the basic principles of laws of inheritances and how hereditary affects various generations are used in complicated genetic researches. Gregor Mendel was a major contributor to this theory.
Gregor Mendel was born on July 22, 1822 in Heizendorf, Austria which is now known as Hyncice, Czechoslovakia. His birth name was Johann Mendel but he took the name Gregor when he entered the abbey.
He studied mathematics, ethics, physics, philosophy and pedagogy at Olomouc University in 1841 before entering the monastery at Brno.
Short about Gregor Mendel
Was an Austrian scientist and Augustinian friar who gained posthumous recognition as the founder of modern genetics.
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