REPORTS TO THE EVOLUTION COMMITTEE I (BATESON'S SEMINAL PAPER! ! )

By: Royal Society (Great Britain) Evolution Committee, (Bateson, William)

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PRESENTATION COPY (for) "G. HARRISON (publisher? ) FROM THE AUTHORS". Text Block in Very Good+ Condition; "William Bateson: Two levels of genetic information William Bateson (1861-1926) , Introduction. Reading the quotes from Sutton's 1903 paper one can understand the ractiveness of the simple idea of each chromosome containing a set of genes, thus constituting a linkage group. Each " allelomorph" encoding a "unit character" would contribute to some observed Mendelian character, either totally, in which case dominance or recessiveness might be readily discerned, or partially, in which case the pattern of inheritance would be more complex. This interpretation explained so much, that it was tempting to assume that it explained everything, and to disparage those, such as William Bateson (1861-1926) , who thought otherwise. His passage smoothed by letters from Huxley and Foster, Bateson carried out field work on "The Steppes" of Russia. By 1900 he had immersed himself for over two decades in the evolutionary lite

Title: REPORTS TO THE EVOLUTION COMMITTEE I (BATESON'S SEMINAL PAPER! ! )

Author Name: Royal Society (Great Britain) Evolution Committee, (Bateson, William)

Categories: SCIENCE HISTORY-EVOLUTION,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: London, Harrison & Sons: 1902

Book Condition: 8vo, Front wrap. (detached & chipped) Lacks rear wrap. & spine, 160p

Seller ID: 1518

Keywords: History Of Science History Of Biology EVOLUTION-HISTORY William Bateson Mendel's Principles HEREDITY-HISTORY PHYSIOLOGY-HISTORY Royal Society GENETICS-HISTORY