Why Did Mendel Choose Peas for His Experiments?

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Gregor Mendel was a scientist who is most known for discovering a new science of genetics. The reason he chose peas for his experiment is because the pea plant has a short life cycle. It also can be cross pollinated and can produce many offspring.
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Because. 1. They are cheap and easy to grow. 2. They have easily disconcered charactoristics. 3. They grow fast (so he could have multiple generations in a short amount of time)
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Mendel found that when a pure strain of peas bearing one form of a
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Gregor Mendel chose the pea plants for his experiments because the garden pea is an ideal subject in the study of genetics for the following reasons: presence of observable traits
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I'm guessing it was because they were convenient, plentiful, and easy to keep an eye on.
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Gregor Mendel decided to choose pea plants for his genetics research because they can be grown easily in large numbers. It was also easy to manipulate reproduction ...
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