The Elements of Genetics
The chromosome mechanism. The Mendelian method. Continous variation. The biometrial analysis. Bases of change. Genes, molecules and processes. The cytoplasm. Development and differentiation. Viruses, proviruses and the conflict of systems. Adjustment and balance. Breeding systems. Selection and variability. The breakdown of continuity. The growth of genes. Man and mankind.
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Genes Molecules and Processes
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action allelomorphs animals Apomixis arise backcross balance bivalents breakage breeding system centromere character chiasma chiasmata chromatids chromo chromomeres chromosome number colour combinations crossing crossing-over cytoplasm Darlington depend determined differentiation diploid division dominant Drosophila effect embryo-sac environment euchromatin Evolution favour female fertility flowers frequency fusion gametes genetic genic genotype give haploid heredity heritable heterochromatin heterozygotes heterozygous homozygotes homozygous hybrid inbreeding incompatibility individuals inheritance interchange inversion kappa linkage London male mating means meiosis Mendel mendelian metaphase mitosis mother mutation non-heritable normal nuclear genes nucleic acid nucleus occur Oenothera offspring organism outbreeding pachytene pairing parents particles phenotype plants plasmagene plastids pollen grains polygenic polyploid population potential Primula produced progeny properties proteins ratio recessive recombination reduced relation seen segments segregation selection self-propagating sexual reproduction species sperm spindle spores sterility structure super-gene tetraploid triploid tumours types variability variance variation virus viruses X chromosome zygotes