Benedictine Rate of Adaptive Evolution Under Blending Inheritance Discussion

Need help with my Biology question – I’m studying for my class.


2 discussion questions are below about a page each.

1) Mendel’s Theory of Inheritance states that individuals in successive generations display the original characteristics of their parents, and that for each category only one characteristic is displayed in each offspring. For example, if a maternal mouse was brown and a paternal mouse was white, the individuals of the F1 generation would be either brown or white, not a mixture of both (tan). Prior to this, scientists believed that characteristics would be blended, producing a blended inheritance.

Could blended inheritance still be a possibility given other theories proposed such as incomplete dominance and codominance?

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