Mendel

[Hungarian family] The Jewish Hungarian family of Mendel is the name of a prominent Hungarian family which flourished in the latter half of the 15th century and in the first half of the sixteenth in Ofen (Buda). Members of three generations of it are known; namely, Jacob, Israel, and Isaac Mendel, who held the office of `Princeps Judæorum`...
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Mendel

[lunar crater] This is a worn and eroded crater formation, with several small craters along the rim. The younger Mendel J is attached to the southeastern edge and shares part of the rim. The small Mendel B lies across the rim to the northeast. A pair of small craters also cross the western rim. Parts of the inner wall of Mendel display worn...
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Mendel

[Martian crater] Mendel is the name of a crater in Terra Cimmeria, Mars. It is located at -58.8°N, 161.0°E and was named in honor of Gregor Mendel, the father of genetics. ...
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Mendel

Mendel is a Jewish name for boys. The meaning is `consolation, comfort` The name Mendel is most commonly given to Dutch boys. (2 times more often than to American boys.) Mendel is given to boys and girls in the Netherlands The name sounds like: Mandel, Mandell, Montel See also: Menahem
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Mendel

The vine (IP 532, Pirovano 532) is a new breed between Sabalkanskoi x Conte Rosso. The crossing takes place in 1933 by the Italian breeder Alberto Pirovano . The Vine has rose-colored berries, and is used as table grape used.
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Mendel

Type: Term Pronunciation: men′dĕl Definitions: 1. Gregor J., Austrian geneticist, 1822-1884. See: mendelian character, mendelian inheritance, mendelian ratio, Mendel first law, Mendel second law
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