Mendel may refer to:

  • Gregor Mendel (1822–84), influential figure in the study of genetics
  • Lafayette Mendel (1872–1935) was an American biochemist
  • Menachem Mendel, a common Jewish male personal name
  • Mendel (surname), people with the surname Mendel
  • Mendel University Brno in the Czech Republic (formerly Mendel University of Agriculture and Forestry)
  • Mendel Biotechnology, Inc., a plant biotechnology company in Hayward, California
  • Mendel (lunar crater), a crater on the Moon
  • Mendel (Martian crater)
  • 3313 Mendel, an asteroid named in honour of Gregor Mendel
  • Mendelpass, a mountain pass in Northern Italy
  • RepRap 2.0 (Mendel) A self-replicating machine.

Other articles related to "mendel":

Lafayette B. Mendel House
... Mendel House is an historic Italianate house in New Haven, Connecticut in the United States ... physiology professor, Lafayette Benedict Mendel from 1900 – 1924 ... Mendel helped bring the study of nutrition into the scientific realm ...
Bekhterev–Mendel Reflex
... The Bekhterev-Mendel reflex, also known as the Mendel reflex or Mendel-Bekhterev reflex, is a clinical sign found in patients with pyramidal tract lesions ...
Mendel Portugali - Biography
... Mendel Portugali was born in 1888, in Călărași, Bessarabia, then part of the Russian Empire, actual Republic of Moldova ... On his return home, Mendel decided he wanted to be a tradesman, but his parents were bitterly opposed to the idea, which they considered beneath the family's dignity ... seditious literature was found and Mendel was sentenced to three years of hard labour in Siberia ...
Live At Wembley Stadium (Foo Fighters DVD) - Track Listing and Omitted Songs
... The Pretender" (Dave Grohl, Taylor Hawkins, Nate Mendel, Chris Shiflett, Pat Smear) "Times Like These" (Grohl, Hawkins, Mendel, Shiflett) "No Way Back" (Grohl, Hawkins, Mendel, Shiflett) "Ch ...

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