Gregor Mendel (20 July 1822 – 6 January 1844), the man who lived in a monastery among monks later to be failed in his final exams due to peer anxiety, prospered to be the father of genetics. The peas he sowed in the acres of land, while tabulating results with great accuracy as he mastered taxonomy made the pathway to the seeding of Genetics. However when he sent his papers for approval to this particular scientist, his works were disapproved due to Mendel being an amateur scientist. Plant hybrids were later on grown by him when he mixed a specific type of plants together, for instance:
- Tall and short
- Yellow and Purple
Later with the onset of these hybrids, Mendel intertwined these hybrids together with his expertise in gardening at the Monastery, later to see the onset of growth of newer sets of plants that which differed completely from their predecessors, however there were distinct features that were passed on from their predecessors.
Thereby it led him to tabulate similar results to a various number of plant hybrids, for which he mainly used peas for his endeavour initially. The most unusual ones’ were known as mutants, which had features others didn’t commonly have, it seems that it is from here that X-Men’s series of mutants has been formed, deriving the idea of mutants from Mendel’s works. However Darwin wasn’t aware of Mendel’s works and died without seeing his theory fulfilled, which held the key to the fulfilment of Darwin’s Theory.
The missing element, which erupted the dislodging of Darwin’s Theory of Evolution came from his cousin Francis Galton, who was fluent in Latin by the age of five. He peered into the field of genetics with such fluency, which brought about the solving of the missing puzzle (Darwin’s Theory of Evolution) that Darwin had searched for decades.
Since then genetics has progressed with such vast doings on behalf of humans, with humans being able to trace off diseases before it reaches the embryos.
To Take Genetics On To A Larger Scale
Medics have gained a great foundation to prosper human living, with diseases and famines scrutinised to a minimum, compared to the seventeenth and eighteenth century when due to famines populations decreased enormously. Though population is increasing vastly, in terms of economical wise, there seems to be no much process in certain coloured parts of the world. These parts of the world, seem to rely on funds from abroad to catch up with their current economic crisis. Although for great economic endeavour it is sufficient that investments are done from their little savings at least for them to catch up with the bridging of inequality(precepts of Inequality will be continued on further articles), thence these current usage of genetics can be used not to a certain part of the world but be available to everyone.