9 offprints Lucien Cuenot French geneticist 5 are inscribed signed by L. Cuenot

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Title 9 offprints Lucien Cuenot French geneticist 5 are inscribed signed by L. Cuenot
Author Cuenot, Lucien
Binding PAMPHLET
Publisher Feret and Fils, Borseaux, 1912 and others
Condition Very Good
Description Rare offprints. "Upon the rediscovery of Mendel's work by Correns, De Vries, and Tschermak, Cuénot proved that Mendelism applied to animals as well as plants....Subsequently, Cuénot was the first person to describe multiple allelism at a genetic locus.....Other scientists who were well known in Cuénot's own day and still into the present day, such as Clarence Little and Sewall Wright, and William E. Castle did credit Cuénot with pioneering work in genetics." Wikipedia. Stamps of prominent scientists: Karl Sax, E. M. East, Edmund B. Wilson on several of the offprints. The titles include: Theorie De La Preadaption (1914); Recherches Sur L'Hybridation (1909); L'Heredite De La Pigmentation Chez Les Souris (1904) folded in four with some splitting; Les Determinants De La Couleur Chez Les Souris Etude Comparative (1911); Contributions a la Faune Du Bassin D'Arcachom V. Echinodermes (1912); L'origine des especes et le mutationnisme (1929) "Laboratoire Sorbonne" stamp, front cover a bit soiled; Genetique et Adaptation (1923); Sur Quelques Anomalies Apparentes Des Proportions Mendeliennes (1908). French geneticists. Science. Biology. Early Genetics. Mendelism. Mostly in very good condition. *

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