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The African Pygmies
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Taxonomy and Genetics of Oenothera
  • R. Gates
  • Biology
  • Monographiae Biologicae
  • 1958
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Pollen Formation in Oenothera gigas
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Hybridization
  • R. Gates
  • Botanical Gazette
  • 1 December 1909
The above figure also explains why the four C-H bonds are equivalent to one another. Initially, people thought that if methane had four C-H bonds, that would mean there would be three of oneExpand
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Human Genetics. Vol. I.
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Mendelism
A book by BATESON entitled Mendel's principles of heredity' has recently appeared from the Cambridge Press. The work is divided into two parts. The first part is a compilation and summary of allExpand
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Processes of Organic Evolution
ONE of the difficulties about organic evolution is that it has not been and probably cannot be demonstrated in a strict sense, and although the indirect lines of evidence converge with such unanimityExpand
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Comparison of skin color with melanin content.
The study of skin color has recently undergone some developments. In 1949 the senior author published a chart of eight individual skin colors ranging from full black to white, which can be used inExpand
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A Study of Reduction in Oenothera rubrinervis
  • R. Gates
  • Biology
  • Botanical Gazette
  • 1 July 1908
In conclusion a brief summary of the facts and considerations here presented will be useful. 1. In Oenothera the heterotypic mitosis is a reduction division, separating whole chromosomes which lieExpand
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A Haploid Ænothera
A SINGLE haploid Ænothera occurred this year in a culture of F1 hybrids which were non-viable, and this result is of such interest as to deserve a separate record.
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