Show simple item record Gliboff, Sander en 2016-04-06T11:12:59Z en 2016-04-06T11:12:59Z en 2015 en
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dc.description.abstract Mendel's paper as part of a large body of nineteenth-century literature on practical plant- and animal breeding and experimental hybridization, which contained a confusing and contradictory assortment of observations on heredity, some in line with Mendel’s, but most not. After 1900, this literature was, in a sense, rediscovered along with Mendel, and it then played a dual role. For critics like W. F. R. Weldon, the non-Mendelian cases falsified Mendel’s laws. But for Mendel’s three co-rediscoverers, William Bateson, and others, they represented challenges to be met within a research program that would modify and extend Mendel’s system and establish a new scientific discipline. en
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dc.relation.isversionof Sander Gliboff, "The Mendelian and Non-Mendelian Origins of Genetics," Filosofia e História da Biologia 10, no. 1 (2015): 99–123 en
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dc.subject Genetics en
dc.subject Mendelism en
dc.subject Gregor Mendel en
dc.subject Carl Correns en
dc.subject Hugo de Vries en
dc.subject Erich von Tschermak-Seysenegg en
dc.subject William Bateson en
dc.title The Mendelian and Non-Mendelian Origins of Genetics en
dc.type Article en
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