Particulate theory - pre-mendelian theory, Biology

Particulate Theory

(i)         Maupertuis (1689-1759) proposed that the body of each parent give rise to minute particles.

(ii)         In sexual reproduction, these particles from both the parents unite together to form the daughter individual.

Posted Date: 10/10/2012 3:20:56 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Particulate theory - pre-mendelian theory, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Particulate theory - pre-mendelian theory, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Particulate theory - pre-mendelian theory Discussions

Write discussion on Particulate theory - pre-mendelian theory
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
Q. What are the three main parts into which a neuron can be divided? What are their respective functions? The three mains parts into which a neuron can be didactically divided

Q. What do you mean by Hemichordata ? Hemichordates re vermiform (worm-like) animals which have few characters like those of the chordates, hence the name hemichordata (hemi :

Define about the Absorption of Iron? Before it can be absorbed, iron whether it is in the form of haem or non-haem must be released from the food matrices where it is bond with

Mechanisms of Neural Plate Formation You are familiar with the concept that the neurulation comprises of two processes i) The neural plate formation and ii) The neural t

Explain Red anthocyanin pigments Red anthocyanin pigments from miracle fruit were isolated and tested in carbonated beverages, in combination with the organic acids. Pigments d

Q. Primary prevention of diabetes mellitus? Approaches to Prevention: There are various approaches to prevention. Four levels of prevention related to different stages of a di

What is Ground Meristem in primary growing shoot? The ground meristem produces new cells which ultimately develop into parenchyma cells. The central portion of the primary shoo

PURPOSE OF EVALUATION: The purpose of  evaluation of service is to answer the questions, "To what extent and how well did the programme meet the objectives of  the service?'

In the prokaryotes,  RNA transcribed  from protein-coding  genes or messenger  RNA, mRNA,  need  little  or  no  changes  prior  to  translation.  In reality, several mRNA   molecu

DIFFERENCE S BETWEEN "A" AND "I" BANDS     A-Ban d (Anisotropic band)   I-Ban d (Isotropic band) 1. It