||21 offprints Nobel Prize winner G. W. Beadle Genetics
||Beadle, G. W. George Wells Beadle
|| *George Wells Beadle 1903-1989. Awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1958 with E.L. Tatum and J. Lederberg Titles included: A Gene in Maize for Supernumerary Cell Divisions Following Meiosis (1931); Genes and the Chemistry of the Organism (1947); Genetics and Metabolism in Neurospora (1945); Biochemical Genetics (1945); The Genetic Control of Biochemical Reactions (1945); Physiological Aspects of Genetics (1939) Karl Sax stamp; Teosinte and the Origin of Maize (1939) front wrapper corner creased; Development of Eye Colors in Drosophila: Fat Bodies and Malpighian Tubes in Relation to Diffusible Substances (1937) F. B. Hutt stamp; Crossing-Over in Attached-X Triploids of Drosophila Melanogaster (1934); Studies of Crossing-Over in Heterozygous Translocations in Drosophila melanogaster (1933); Further Studies of Asynaptic Maize (1933); Polumitotic Maize and the Precocity Hypothesis of Chromosome Conjugation (1933); Genes in Maize and Pollen Sterility (1932); The Relation of Crossing Over to Chromosome Association in Zea-Euchlaena Hybrids (1932); A Gene in Zea mays for Failure of Cytokinesis During Meiosis (1932); A Possible Influence of the Spindle Fibre on Crossing-Over in Drosophila (1932); Studies of Euchiaena and its Hybrids with Zea 1. Chromosome Behavior in Euchlaena mexicana and its Hybrids with Zea mays (1932) some creasing; A Gene for sticky chromosomes in Zea mays (1932); Genetical and Cytological Studies of Mendelian Asynapsis in Zea mays. (1930); Crossing Over Near the Spindle Attachment of the X Chromosome in Attached-X Triploids of Drosophila Melanogaster (1935); The Gene and Biochemistry (1946). All in very good or better condition. All original in original wrappers. First edition. Most likely impossible these days to acquire this large of a collection of original offprints from G.W. Beadle.