Benedict Crompton

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Charles Darwin's theory of natural selection has at its focal point the mating success of organisms. Among male animals, large body size is widely seen as the principal determinant of mating success. However, where mating takes place in a three-dimensional arena such as water, the arboreal habitat or air, small size with its concomitant aerobatic advantages(More)
A quantitative paper electrophoresis method for the separation of haemoglobins A and A(2) is described. The possible sources of error and the accuracy of the method have been investigated. The normal range for haemoglobin A(2) by this method is 1.3% to 4.3% of the total haemoglobin concentration. Good clinical correlation has so far been obtained.
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