2 edition of Towards an understanding of the mechanism of heredity found in the catalog.
Towards an understanding of the mechanism of heredity
H. L. K. Whitehouse
by St. Martin"s Press in New York
Bibliography: p. 393-434.
|Statement||[by] H. L. K. Whitehouse. Foreword by G. Pontecorvo.|
|LC Classifications||QH431 .W459 1969b|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 447 p.|
|Number of Pages||447|
|LC Control Number||72082550|
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+ pp. Abstract: The first edition of Dr. Whitehouse's text book appeared in [cf. XXXVI, ]. It has won general acceptance as one of the most lucid current introductions to a rapidly changing by: Towards an understanding of the mechanism of heredity.
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.