Through these experiments Gregor Mendel concluded a number of rules (‘laws’) of inheritance known as Mendel’s Laws of Inheritance.
Gregor Johann Mendel (born in Hyn?ice (Heinzendorf bei Odrau), the Austrian Empire, July 20, 1822 – Gregor Mendel died in Brno, Austria-Hungarian Empire, January 6, 1884 at age 61 years) agreed as a Founding Father of Genetics. Living in Brno (German: Brünn), Austria, Gregor Mendel was a Catholic monk who also teaches at the school. High curiosity leads him to do the work crosses and purification of pea plants. Through these experiments he concluded a number of rules (‘laws’) of inheritance known as Mendel’s Inheritance Laws.
Gregor Mendel’s Life Journey
Gregor Mendel was born in 1822 in the city of good fortune in the kingdom Heinzendorf Austria who now entered the territory of Czechoslovakia. In 1843 he entered the Augustinian monastery, in the city of Brunn, Austria (now called Brno, Czech). He became pastor in 1847. In 1850 Gregor Mendel took exams to obtain the qualifications of teachers, but failed and got the worst figures in biology. Even so, the priest at the monastery sent Mendel to the University of Vienna, from the years 1851-1853 he studied mathematics and other sciences. Gregor Mendel never managed to pocket the formal teacher qualifications, but from 1854-1868 Gregor Mendel became professor of natural sciences at the school reserves the modern city of Brunn.
Meanwhile, beginning in 1856 Gregor Mendel showed his experiences are famous in the field of plant breeding. By the year 1865 Gregor Mendel had discovered the law of the offspring of famous and presented working papers in front of the natural history enthusiast’s bevy of Brunn. In 1866 the results of investigations published by the society’s Transactions magazine under the title “Experiments with Plant Hybrids.”
After Mendel completed his work with peas, Gregor Mendel turned to experimenting with honeybees, in order to extend his work to animals. Gregor Mendel produced a hybrid strain (so vicious Destroyed they were the resource persons), but failed to generate a clear picture of Their Heredity Because of the Difficulties in controlling ing Behaviors of queen bees. Gregor Mendel also described a novel plant species, and these are denoted with the botanical author abbreviation “Mendel”.