Edward N. Wentworth

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The generalization of various systems of mating where alternative inheritance occurs has been studied by PEARSON, HARDY, JENNINGS, PEARL and FISH. The most comprehensive study of this subject is presented in the January number of GENETICS by JENNINGS (1916). The fundamental condition of a Mendelian population is there expressed as (1) ( G l ) v A 4 + s A a(More)
While laboratory animals have yielded very nicely to the study of their inheritance of color, the horse still remains a mystery in many of the phases of coat transmission. HURST and BuNsow have recognized chestnut with the sorrel and liver shades as a true recessive, and HU~ST has shown black to be epistatic to this reddish pigment. Bays and browns have(More)
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