Reduplication in mice (Preliminary Communication)

  title={Reduplication in mice (Preliminary Communication)},
  author={John Burdon Sanderson Haldane and A. Sprunt and N. M. Haldane},
  journal={Journal of Genetics},
ConclusionReduplication of the “repulsion” type, probably on the basis 1:3:3:1, occurs between the colour factors in mice named by Miss Durham (2) C and E, by Hagedoorn (3) A and E. 
A three-factor linkage experiment in the mouse
SummaryA three-point linkage experiment involving the recessive factors shaker1, albino and pink eye shows that they are arranged in that order. Double cross-overs were found. Interference seems to
Reprint - Haldane And The Analysis Of Linkage
Haldane described the flrst clear linkage in mammals and estimated the flrst linkage in man. He also developed the theory of mapping functions and introduced the terms the morgan and centimorgan, and
Haldane and the analysis of linkage.
  • J. Edwards
  • Biology, Medicine
    Journal of genetics
  • 2017
Haldane described the first clear linkage in mammals and estimated the first linkage in man, and developed the theory of mapping functions and introduced the terms the morgan and centimorgan, which are discussed against the background of the mendelian controversy and the recent foreground of shotgun linkage.
J. B. S. Haldane and Journal of Genetics
  • V. Rao
  • Biology, Medicine
    Journal of Genetics
  • 2017
The history of Journal of Genetics from its beginning in 1909 to the taking over of its publication by the Indian Academy of Sciences in 1985, centred on J. B. S. Haldane's involvement with it over many years, especially as Editor, initially in the UK and later in India.
Coloration in Mammals.
Bridges between developmental and functional investigatory approaches that help broaden knowledge of mammals' memorable external appearances are outlined, and areas for future interdisciplinary research are pointed out.
Haldane and the mutation rate
Throughout he was interested both in natural events and in the consequences of artificial induction of mutations by the inevitable hazards of medical diagnosis and therapy, the necessary hazards of some industrial processes, and the unnecessary hazards of excessive medical activities, of casualness in commerce, and of both war and the testing of the weapons of war.
Haldane’s The causes of evolution and the Modern Synthesis in evolutionary biology
This paper rejects both the view that the synthesis was a unification of biometry and Mendelism and the claim that it arose from work primarily done in the late 1930s and 1940s by naturalists rather than theoretical population and classical experimental geneticists.
J. B. S. Haldane and ЛысеHкOвщиHа (Lysenkovschina)
It is impossible to understand Haldane’s position on Lysenkoism without first introducing the term Lysenkovschina in English, and I hereby do so.
A History of Mouse Genetics: From Fancy Mice to Mutations in Every Gene.
In this chapter, an overview of the methods, scientific advances, and serendipitous circumstances that have made these discoveries possible are provided, with a special emphasis on how the use of genetics has propelled scientific progress in mouse research and paved the way for future discoveries.
Model organisms--A historical perspective.
The origins of a few model organisms are described, including E. coli, yeast, C. elegans, Drosophila, Xenopus, zebrafish, mouse, maize and Arabidopsis, which made them systems of choice for genome-wide studies.