Gregor Mendel

Gregor Mendel

Gregor Mendel

Gregor Mendel was born July 22, 1822 and died January 6, 1884. Mendel was born in Heizendorf, Austria. Mendel was the second child of Anton and Rosine Mendel. Mendel?s parents were simple farmers. Mendel had a love to work in the garden. The love for this made him think, how does the plants get its characteristics

Gregor Mendel began to study at the St. Thomas Monastery of the Augustinain in Brunn, in 1843. Later on Mendel had began priesthood in August 1847. After becoming a priest, Mendel knew he wanted to become a teacher. In 1849, he started teaching at a secondary school in Znaim. Mendel took a teacher certification test, but failed. In 1851, Mendel went to the University of Vienna, to train to become a teacher. He wanted to be Mathematics and a Biology teacher. During the years of 1851-1853 Mendel studied Zoology, Botany Chemistry, and physics at the University of Vienna.

In 1856, Mendel became very ill. Some people thought it might be Epilepsia. Later that year Mendel returned to Brunn, where he began to teach part time. About the middle

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