Lol, you can't artificially inseminate a plant! Mendel tested for different 'factors' in offspring, and these factors are our genotypes so answer is D.mithril1337 said:Q 9) Current reproductive techniques can be used to alter the genetic composition of a population. Some of these methods were also used in the nineteenth century by Gregor Mendel.
How did Mendel use reproductive techniques in his experiments?
(A) he artificially inseminated the pea plants to achieve wrinkled seeds
(B) he cloned the pea plants with round seeds to increase their food supply
(C) he created a transgenic species by mixing tall pea plants and short pea plants
(D) he artificialy pollinated the pea plants to test for different genotypes in the offspring (credit to hoca pontis)
D states 'he artificialy pollinated the pea plants to test for different genotypes in the offspring' Mendel wasn't testing for 'genotypes.'
there for A is the correct answer since the statement is true.
Lols please disprove me this is what a friend said.....