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Генетика (грч. γεννώ — гено, значи дати род, родити) као дисциплина биологије је наука која проучава наслеђивање и варијације код живих организама. За прву употребу термина сматра се она у писму које је енглески научник Вилијам Бејтсон послао Адаму Седвику 18. априла 1905, у којем је описао науку која за циљ има проучавање процеса наслеђивања и варијације између организама.


Darwin’s Influence on Mendel: Evidence from a New Translation of Mendel’s Paper

Daniel J. Fairbanks and Scott Abbott, GENETICS

Gregor Mendel’s classic paper, Versuche über Pflanzen-Hybriden (Experiments on Plant Hybrids), was published in 1866, hence 2016 is its sesquicentennial. 795 more words


Article on Our Mendel Translation in Forbes

Interesting that Forbes would pick up on this:

One of the great ‘what if’ questions that has fascinated historians of biology is how differently Darwinian evolution would have been received had Darwin known of the work of Gregor Mendel, the Augustinian monk who is now considered the founder of the science of genetics. 8 more words

Gonna have to freshen up on my Czech. I love reading about Mendel.

The Case of the Missing Mendel Manuscript

Ever since learning about my own DNA, I have become fascinated with genetics, particularly the human kind. That fascination extends to… 61 more words


Science in the Bible - Don't Marry Kin

(3 Minute Read)

Early in human history men married sisters, nieces, and close relatives. At the very beginning of history, there was no one else to marry. 1,125 more words


The importance of sound Biblical interpretation

Many Christians in the West are burdened with the unfortunate stereotype that all Christians assume the theory of evolution is wrong because it is incompatible with the Bible. 549 more words

Catholic Philosophy

Figuring Out the Origin of Things

“Always remember that you are absolutely unique. Just like everyone else.” (Margaret Mead)

Have you ever wondered how the human race can be so alike but at the same time there’s only one like you? 1,694 more words