||On the Relations Between Chromosomes, Sex-Limited Transmission and Sex-Determination in Abraxas Grossulariata
||Doncaster, L. Leonard Doncaster
||Journal of Genetics, Vol. IV, No. 1, June 1914, pp. 1-21
|| *Journal of Genetics, Vol. IV, No. 1, June 1914, pp. 1-21 Karl Sax and E.M. East ownership stamps front cover, else very good. "Early Mendelian geneticist who discovered sex linkage, while writing up the results of the Reverend G.H. Raynor on the magpie moth Abraxas grossulariata." "The first sex-linked gene ever discovered was the "lacticolor" X-linked recessive gene in the moth Abraxas grossulariata by Leonard Doncaster." Wikipedia. Genetics.