Why did Mendel study pea plants?

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They reproduce asexually and have one trait that is easy to observe.
They reproduce asexually and have many traits that are easy to observe.
They reproduce sexually and have one trait that is easy to observe.
They reproduce sexually and have many traits that are easy to observe.

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For Gregor Mendel, pea plants were fundamental in allowing him to understand the means by which traits are inherited between parent and offspring. He chose pea plants because they were easy to grow, could be bred rapidly, and had several observable characteristics, like petal color and pea color.

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D. They reproduce sexually and have many traits that are easy to observe.

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