2 edition of Towards an understanding of the mechanism of heredity found in the catalog.
Towards an understanding of the mechanism of heredity
Harold L. K. Whitehouse
|Statement||by H. L. K. Whitehouse.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||372|
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London: Edward Arnold. MLA Citation. Whitehouse, H. Towards an understanding of the mechanism of heredity [by] H. Whitehouse; foreword by G. Pontecorvo Edward Arnold London Australian/Harvard Citation.
Page 43 - We must suppose, then, that the Mendelian factors are not sorted out, each to its appropriate cell, so that factors for color go only to pigment cells, factors for wing-shape to cells of the wings, etc., but that differentiation is due to the cumulative effect of regional differences in the egg and embryo, reacting with a complex factorial background that is the same in every cell.
Jordan and M. Bruford Heredity 81 (2), pp. – Heredity 81 (3), pp. – Owing to an unfortunate production error, this Short Review was published twice in successive : Eviatar Nevo. Towards an Understanding of the Mechanism of Heredity was published after I graduated, but I can genuinely say that its contents and associated lectures pushed my career in a particular direction.
I think especially of the chapters on DNA as genetic material, the genetic code, the nature of genes and operons and above all on the replication of DNA.