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Mendel

Gregor Johann . 1822--84, Austrian monk and botanist; founder of the science of genetics. He developed his theory of organic inheritance from his experiments on the hybridization of green peas. His findings were published (1865) but remained unrecognized until 1900

Mendel’

 

a river in Krasnoiarsk Krai, RSFSR; left tributary of the Kef River (Ob’ basin). Length, 366 km; basin area, 3,800 sq km. The Mendel’ rises on the plateau of the Ob’-Enisei water-shed and flows through the marshes of the Western Siberian Plain. It is fed by mixed sources, predominantly by snow. High water occurs from May to August.

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Prior to joining American Honda 11 years ago, Mendel spent 28 years with Ford Motor Company.
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Shortly afterwards, Mendel became unwell and died, according to local news websites.
Mendel studied seven genes in strains of peas he gathered from farmers in what is now Brno in the Czech Republic.
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As part of the announcement, Mendel noted that the increased investment will be used to support the growth of Mendel's new bioenergy seeds and feedstock business to serve the cellulosic biofuels industry, as well as the further development of its core technology platforms.
For eight years, Mendel grew generation after generation of pea plants and carefully observed the results.