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12 offprints of George Harrison Shull a few inscribed to Carl Correns - Robinson Street Books:  Used and Rare

12 offprints of George Harrison Shull a few inscribed to Carl Correns

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Title 12 offprints of George Harrison Shull a few inscribed to Carl Correns
Author Shull, George Harrison G. H. Shull
Binding PAPERBACK
Publisher various, 1905-1910
Condition Very Good
Description Few have institution stamp of Kaiser Wilhelm Institut. Titles included: A Quantitative Study of Variation in the Bracts, Rays, and Disk Florets of Aster Shorth Hook., A. Novae-Angliae L., A. Puniceus L., And A. Prenathoides Muhl., from Yellow Springs, Ohio (1902) Inscribed presentation copy to Carl Correns Signed by the author; Galtonian Regression in the "Pure Line" (1905) inscribed presentation copy to Carl Correns Kaiser Wilhelm Inst stamp; Reviews Species and Varieties, Their Origin in Mutation (1905) inscribed presentation copy to Carl Correns. Kaiser Wilhelm Inst stamp; Stages in Development of Sium Cicutaefolium (1905); Hybridization Methods in Corn Breeding (1910) Shull stamp front cover; The "Presence and Absence" Hypothesis" (1909); Some New Cases of Mendelian Inheritance (with four figures) (1908); A New Mendelian Ratio and Several Types of Latency (1908); The Significance of Latent Characters Some Latent Characters of a White Bean (1907); Importance of the Mutation Theory in Practical Breeding (1907); Elementary Species and Hybrids of Bursa (1907); Defective inheritance-ratios in Bursa hybrids (1910?) some minor foxing to front page. American geneticist 1874-1954. "He also described heterosis in maize in 1908 and made a number of other key discoveries in the emerging field of genetics. Shull was the founder of the scientific journal Genetics." Carl Correns was German botanist and geneticist. *


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