Concept 1Children resemble their parents.
- Masark University Mendel Museum
- The Genius of Genetics is an exhibit celebrating Gregor Mendel's life and work. The exhibit is in the Abbey of St. Thomas in Brno in the Czech Republic where Mendel did most of his scientific work.
- Mendel's Paper
- At this page on Mendel Web, you can access Mendel's original 1865 paper.
- Mendel Web
- This is a site where you can get a lot of information about Gregor Mendel, his life and scientific achievements. Read Mendel's introductory remarks about his experiments and why he chose to work with pea plants. You can also read the essay written by Dr. Vítezslav Orel, Emeritus head of the Mendel museum in Brno, on how people viewed heredity before Mendel.
- John Innes Centre
- The John Innes Centre has a research group working on cloning pea genes. They also have pictures of Mendel's pea traits.
- Bowler, Peter J., 1989, The Mendelian Revolution, The Athlone Press, London.
- Dunn, L. C., 1965, A Short History of Genetics, McGraw-Hill, Inc., New York.
- Iltis, Hugo, 1932, Life of Mendel, W. W. Norton & Company, Inc., London.
- Moore, John, A., 1985, Science as a Way of Knowing, American Society of Zoologists, Thousand Oaks.
- Olby, Robert C., 1966, Origins of Mendelism, Constable and Company Ltd., London.
- Orel, Vitezslav, 1996, Gregor Mendel, the First Geneticist, Oxford University Press, Oxford.
- Portugal, Franklin H., and Cohen, Jack S., 1977, A Century of DNA: A History of the Structure and Function of the Genetic Substance, The Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts.
- Stern, Curt, and Sherwood, Eva, R., ed., 1966, The Origin of Genetics: A Mendel Source Book, W. H. Freeman and Company, San Francisco.
- Stubbe, Hans, 1972 (English Translation), History of Genetics, The Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts.
- Sturtevant, A. H., 1965, A History of Genetics, Harper & Row, Publishers, New York.