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" In accepting this view we admit that the cytoplasm of the egg is, in a measure, the substratum of inheritance, but it is only by virtue of its relation to the nucleus, which is, so to speak, the ultimate court of appeal. The nucleus cannot operate without... "
A Comparative Study of the Cytology and Movements of the Cyanophyceae - Page 234
by Orville P. Phillips - 1904
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Columbia University Biological Series: Morgan, T.H. Regeneration. 1901, Volume 4

Biology - 1900
...we admit that the cytoplasm of the egg is, in a measure, the substratum of inheritance, but it is so only by virtue of its relation to the nucleus, which...; but this field is created and moulded by itself. J. PREFORMATION AND EPIGENESIS. THE UNKNOWN FACTOR IN DEVELOPMENT We have now arrived at the farthest...
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The Cell in Development and Inheritance

Edmund Beecher Wilson - 1896
...we admit that the cytoplasm of the egg is, in a measure, the substratum of inheritance, but it is so only by virtue of its relation to the nucleus, which...necessary to development; the nucleus alone suffices for the inheritance of specific possibilities of development. J. PREFORMATION AND EPIGENESIS. THE UNKNOWN...
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Contributions, Volume 2

University of Pennsylvania. Botanical Laboratory - Botany - 1904
...published, their appearance may aid in the settlement of disputed points. JM MACFARLANB, Editor. (37) Darwin the efforts of biological investigation have...nucleus alone suffices for inheritance of specific port living organisms. No other class of plants can exist under such varied surroundings, though each...
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The Cell in Development and Inheritance

Edmund Beecher Wilson - Cells - 1900 - 483 pages
...we admit that the cytoplasm of the egg is, in a measure, the substratum of inheritance, but it is so only by virtue of its relation to the nucleus, which...play; but this field is created and moulded by itself. J. PREFORMATION AND EPIGENESIS. THE UNKNOWN FACTOR IN DEVELOPMENT We have now arrived at the farthest...
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Contributions from the Botanical Laboratory of the University of ..., Volume 2

Botany - 1904
...published, their appearance may aid in the settlement of disputed points. JM MACFARLANE, Editor. Darwin the efforts of biological investigation have...inheritance of specific possibilities of development." But the cells in which nuclei have been undoubtedly demonstrated in the past are in the plants above...
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Beyond the Gene : Cytoplasmic Inheritance and the Struggle for Authority in ...

Jan Sapp Senior Lecturer in History and Philosophy of Science University of Melbourne - Science - 1987 - 282 pages
...biologists." The quoted passage concluded with the following statement on the nucleo-cytoplasmic controversy: The nucleus cannot operate without a cytoplasmic field...may come into play; but this field is created and molded by itself. Both are necessary to development; the nucleus alone suffices for the inheritance...
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The Ovary of Eve: Egg and Sperm and Preformation

Clara Pinto-Correia - Science - 1997 - 396 pages
...Wilson, held that this phenotype was determined by the chromosomes asserting, in Wilson's words, that "the nucleus cannot operate without a cytoplasmic...may come into play, but this field is created and molded by itself. Both are necessary to development; the nucleus alone suffices for the inheritance...
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The Epistemology of Development, Evolution, and Genetics

Richard Burian - Medical - 2005 - 274 pages
...we admit that the cytoplasm of the egg is, in a measure, the substratum of inheritance, but it is so only by virtue of its relation to the nucleus which...necessary to development; the nucleus alone suffices for the inheritance of specific possibilities of development (Wilson 1896, p. 327). Thus, before the turn...
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The Epistemology of Development, Evolution, and Genetics

Richard Burian - Medical - 2005 - 274 pages
...we admit that the cytoplasm of the egg is, in a measure, the substratum of inheritance, but it is so only by virtue of its relation to the nucleus which...necessary to development; the nucleus alone suffices for the inheritance of specific possibilities of development (Wilson 1896, p. 327). Thus, before the turn...
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Transactions and Proceedings, Volume 1

Botanical Society of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia - Botany - 1899
...published, their appearance may aid in the settlement of disputed points. JM MACFARLANB, Editor. Darwin the efforts of biological investigation have...inheritance of specific possibilities of development." But the cells in which nuclei have been undoubtedly demonstrated in the past are in the plants above...
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