Putting Mendel in His Place: How Curriculum Reform in Genetics and Counterfactual History of Science Can Work Together

@inproceedings{Jamieson2013PuttingMI,
  title={Putting Mendel in His Place: How Curriculum Reform in Genetics and Counterfactual History of Science Can Work Together},
  author={Andrew Thomas Jamieson and Gregory Radick},
  year={2013}
}
Classical or transmission genetics is the study of patterns of inheritance: how traits in an organism – and, either implicitly or explicitly, the genes that give rise to those traits – are passed from one generation to the next. For most undergraduate students, their fi rst (and sometimes only) experience of the study of inheritance is bound up with Mendelian principles. Anyone who has studied genetics at high school or fi rst year at university will be very familiar with Mendel’s peas… CONTINUE READING
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