Genetic Disaster: "Life without the discoveries of Mendel"

  • Born the father of genetics

    Born the father of genetics
    Gregor Mendel was born in a village called Heinzendorf in July 20 of 1822 and was baptized with the name Johann Mendel. If Gregor Mendel hadn't been born then there would know of his ability to make deductions from the observed results of individual experiments
  • Teacher of the Royal School of Brunn

    Teacher of the Royal School of Brunn
    If Mendel had not been a teacher, his students could not have known that he had knowledge about genetic
  • Mendel's Laws

    Mendel's Laws
    Mendel's Laws are a set of basic rules about the heritage of the characteristics of the parent organisms to their children. These basic rules of inheritance are the foundation of genetics. If the laws of Mendel would not have been many genetic events would not be possible today for example would not be possible to know the resulting proportions across two individos.
  • Mendel's 1 st Law

    Mendel's 1 st Law
    Mendel's 1 st Law: Law of uniformity If two pure breeds are crossed for a given character, the descendants of the first generation are all equal to each other phenotypically and genotypically, and phenotypically identical to one parent (dominant genotype)
  • Mendel's 2nd Law

    Mendel's 2nd Law
    Mendel's 2nd Law: Law of segregation This law says that during the formation of gametes, each allele of a pair is separated from the other member to determine the genetic constitution of the gamete family. It is very common to represent the potential for hybridization using a Punnett square. If Gregor Mendel had not done her studies using Punnett squares then it would know that their experiments are the base for the calculation of probabilities.
  • Mendel's 3 rd Law

    Mendel's 3 rd Law
    Mendel's 3 rd Law: Law of independent assortment of factors Mendel concluded that different characteristics are inherited independently of one another, there is no relationship between them, so the pattern of inheritance of a character not affect the inheritance pattern of another. Only true in those genes that are unlinked (on different chromosomes).
  • Mendel the beekeeper

    Mendel the beekeeper
    A fact not very common in his life was to work over the past 10 years of his life in beekeeping. If Mendel had not done his 3 laws of genetics does not know his ability to perceive different patterns although the random results of his observations
  • Mendel's death

    Mendel's death
    If Mendel had not died no one would have paid attention to his studies and then we would not have discovered the molecular mechanisms that slowly made ​​the transmission of hereditary traits to offspring.