Hugo de Vries on Heredity, 1889-1903: Statistics, Mendelian Laws, Pangenes, Mutations

@article{Stamhuis1999HugoDV,
  title={Hugo de Vries on Heredity, 1889-1903: Statistics, Mendelian Laws, Pangenes, Mutations},
  author={I. H. Stamhuis and O. G. Meijer},
  journal={Isis},
  year={1999},
  volume={90},
  pages={238 - 267}
}
  • I. H. Stamhuis, O. G. Meijer
  • Published 1999
  • Philosophy, Medicine
  • Isis
  • The essay describes the development of Hugo de Vries's thinking on heredity from the publication of his Intracellulare Pangenesis in 1889 to the publication of Die Mutationstheorie, Volume 2, in 1903. De Vries's work in the 1890s can be characterized as an attempt to defend his theory of pangenes, especially the fundamental and controversial idea that different characters have different material hereditary carriers. Hybridization experiments served his goal. Recently discovered research notes… CONTINUE READING
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