Mendel: father of genetics

Germany, 1972

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This film clearly demonstrates Mendel’s theory, which shows that characteristics are inherited according to a mathematical pattern having dominant and recessive strains, rather than through inheritance of acquired characteristics or blending of characteristics. Suitable for upper secondary levels.

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