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.

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