Mendelian genetics are the set of theories proposed by Gregor Johann Mendel. Mendelian genetics tends to explain inheritance and biological diversity regarding the transmission of genetic characters from parents to offsprings. These are based on statistical analysis and scientific breeding experiments on pea plants. Mendelian genetics is used to study the pattern of segregation of phenotypes under the control of genes taken one at a time.
Related Journals of Mendelian GeneticsHuman Genetics and Embryology, Journal of medical Microbiology and Medicine, Journal of phylogenetics and Evolutionary Biology, Journal of Molecular and Genetic Medicine, Trends in Genetics, Tree Genetics and Genomes, Topics in Current Genetics-TAG, Theoretical and applied genetics, Theoretische and angewandte Genetik, Statistical Applications in Genetics and Molecular Biology, Russian Journal of Genetics