November 2 2011 Biology Newsletter
After having immersed ourselves in the subject of human anatomy, I thought an article about a great biologist was in order!
During the course of my studies in biology I was introduced to the geneticist's tool known as the "Punnett Square." It was not until recently, however, that I thought to look into the life of the scientist who developed this tool. I hope you enjoy his story!
Here's the latest article from the Biology site at BellaOnline.com.
Reginald Crundal Punnett - Geneticist (1875-1967)
Reginald Crundal Punnett was an early geneticist and is perhaps best known for devising the "Punnett Square" to depict the number and variety of genetic combinations.
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