what conclusions can be drawn from mendels experiments with pea plants? explain.
Mendel performed experiments on pea plant considering the following seven traits:
- Flower color is purple or white
- Flower position is axil or terminal
- Stem length is long or short
- Seed shape is round or wrinkled
- Seed color is yellow or green
- Pod shape is inflated or constricted
- Pod color is yellow or green
Based on his experiments he conclude three things:
- The inheritance of each trait is determined by certain "factors", which are now known as genes, that are passed on to future generations unchanged.
- An individual inherits one factor from each parent for each trait.
- Certain traits may not be seen in an individual or a progeny but can still be passed on to the next generation.
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