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Evidence Against a Straight End-to-End Alignment of Chromosomes in Drosophila Spermatozoa

Evidence Against a Straight End-to-End Alignment of Chromosomes in Drosophila Spermatozoa

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Title Evidence Against a Straight End-to-End Alignment of Chromosomes in Drosophila Spermatozoa
Author Herskowitz, Irwin H. and Muller, H. J.
Binding PAPERBACK
Publisher Genetics, Vol. 39, No. 6, November 1954, pp. 836-850
Condition Good
Description Very good condition.* Minor foxing to cover. Offprint. First edition. "In 1946 Muller was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, "for the discovery that mutations can be induced by x-rays". Genetics, and especially the physical and physiological nature of the gene, was becoming a central topic in biology, and x-ray mutagenesis was a key to many recent advances, among them George Beadle and Edward Tatum's work on Neurospora that established the one gene-one enzyme hypothesis." Wikipedia

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