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Author(s)
PATTON, J. L.
Publisher
Kans.,
Citation
Evolution, Lawrence, Kans., 1969, 23, pp 645-662
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Author(s)
PATTON, J. L.
Citation
Southwestern Naturalist, 1967, 12, pp 429-438
Abstract

An account is given of some experiments, based on computer simulation of genetic systems, which have been successfully used for practical work in genetics for undergraduate classes in the Durham Colleges.
Accounts are given of visual demonstrations of meiosis, of chromosome mapping by linkage...

Author(s)
CROSBY, J. L.
Citation
Heredity, 1961, 16, pp 255-273
Abstract

When the original Russian text was published in 1963 there was no other book in Europe which dealt comprehensively with the most recent results of genetic research in a way suitable for a wide range of scientific readers, and which treated the fundamentals of classical genetics from the viewpoint...

Author(s)
DUBININ, N. P.
Publisher
Jena: VEB Gustav Fischer Verlag.,
Citation
Molekulargenetik., 1965, pp 168 pp.
Abstract

COLE, A., and LANGLEY, R. Studies on the structure of mammalian chromosomes: 166.
HOWARD-FLANDERS, P., CLARK, A. J., SIMSON, E., THERIOT, L., and BOYCE, R. P. The role of DNA repair in genetic recombination: 163.
PATTEE, H. H. A note on chemical and hereditary evolution: 134.
PISTENMA, D. A., and...

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UNITED STATES; BIOPHYSICAL SOCIETY.
Citation
Abstr. biophys. Soc., 9th a. Meet., 1965 (Biophys. J., 5)., 1965, pp 178 pp.
Abstract

A review arranged under the following headings: cytotaxonomy and population genetics, chromosome structure and rearrangements, evolutionary increases and decreases in chromosome number, fusions of sex chromosomes, and chromosomal polymorphism and speciation. The bibliography contains 112 titles. A. ...

Author(s)
WHITE, M. J. D.
Citation
Survey of Biological Progress, 1957, 3, pp 109-147
Abstract

The species studied included Homo sapiens, Rattus norvegicus, Mus musculus, Mesocricetus auratus, Cricetulus griseus and Locusta migratoria. In spermatogenic tissue the morphology of the sex vesicles varied with the stage of meiosis and with the species. Sex vesicle formation appeared to be...

Author(s)
EBERLE, P.
Citation
Genetica, 1964, 35, pp 34-46
Abstract

In the ♀, an entire X-chromosome and the long arm of the other X-chromosome underwent late replication. In the ♀, one of the largest sub-metacentric chromosomes and the long arm of the X-chromosome underwent late replication. It was presumed that this uniquely late-replicating large submetacentrie...

Author(s)
GALTON, M.; HOLT, S. F.
Citation
Cytogenetics, 1964, 3, pp 97-111
Abstract

An attempt is made to present " a generalized account of the adaptive aspects of karyotype evolution ", with particular reference to plants. The relationship between chromosome rearrangements and various genetic phenomena, such as the linkage of adaptive gene complexes, balanced heterosis, and the...

Author(s)
GRANT, V.
Citation
Advances Genet., 1956, 8, pp 89-107
Abstract

This book is the first of a planned series of monographs and reports on applications of mathematics to medicine and the life sciences. It covers several mathematical topics of population genetics and provides an excellent survey of the present status of these topics. There are nine chapters dealing ...

Publisher
Berlin, Heidelberg and New Tork: Springer-Verlag,
Citation
Biomathematics, 1970, 1, pp ix+400 pp.

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