Classic Papers in Genetics by James Arthur Peters

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In Heredity SUTTON Reprinted by publisher's permission from Biological Bulletin, vol. 4, 1903, pp. 231-251. jgs ahiost simnltajieoiisly. iced in this paper by Sutton was the same year. " this paper. It repreSutton does not provide any original data of the century. itribution from that seeji iji the first two papers in this collection, which are priinarily aiialyses of research sejits a results. iew as vital as research itself in biological progress. id syjithesis of several diverse groups of facts.

Here may be a case of constant domi- chromosome may be into smaller entities Bateson's term. , London, 1902) p. HI, paragraphs 11 and 12. SUTTON 35 nance of nvo associated chromarinentities. Dominance is not a conception which grows out of purely cytological consideration. Cytology merely shows us the presence in a cell of two chromosomes, either of which is capable of producing some expression of a given it is left to experiment each case to show what the effect of and of yellow over green in cotyledons; but it is worthy of note in seeds, that here, as in most Mendelian experi- only two antagonistic characters have been used.

2, p. 509), based on a short communication of mine. " The Chromosomes WALTER S. in Heredity SUTTON Reprinted by publisher's permission from Biological Bulletin, vol. 4, 1903, pp. 231-251. jgs ahiost simnltajieoiisly. iced in this paper by Sutton was the same year. " this paper. It repreSutton does not provide any original data of the century. itribution from that seeji iji the first two papers in this collection, which are priinarily aiialyses of research sejits a results. iew as vital as research itself in biological progress.

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