Great for elementary and middle school as an intro to new material. Often referred to as the "father of modern genetics," Gregor Mendel changed how we thought about traits being passed down. By studying pea plants, he was able to unravel some of the mysteries of heredity. This article focuses on his studies and the resulting punnett squares that we use to determine the traits of the next generation.
Vocab words: Gregor Mendel, pea plants, punnett square, material
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