Studies in the genetics of Drosophila. VI, Articles on genetics, cytology, and taxonomy
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Table of contents: 1. The relationship of novamexicana to the other members of the virilis group / J.T. Patterson and Wilson S. Stone (p. -17) -- 2. The survival of chromosomal variation in evolution / Wilson S. Stone (p. -21) -- 3. The location of a sex-limited factor, Ix[superscript B], in Drosophila virilis / J.B. Price, Jr. (p. -23) -- 4. Transplantation experiments in Drosophila virilis : the formation of brown pigment / J.B. Price, Jr. (p. -30) -- 5. Additional tests within the quinaria species-group of Drosophila / Johanna Blumel (p. -38) -- 6. Nutritional differences in the mulleri group / Robert P. Wagner (p. -41) -- 7. X-ray produced mutations, deletions and mosaics in Drosophila virilis / Eb. C. Girvin (p. -56) -- 8. The relation between potassium oxalate concentration and crossing over / Iben Browning (p. -62) -- 9. Note on gene variability in natural populations of Drosophila / Mary L. Alexander (. -69) -- 10. Karyotype variation in Drosophila / Calvin L. Ward (p. -79) -- 11. The external genital apparatus of male drosophilidae in relation to systematics / T.C. Hsu (p. -142) -- 12. The subgenus Pholadoris (Drosophila) with descriptions of two new species / Marshall R. Wheeler (p. -156) -- 13. Taxonomic studies on the Drosophilidae / Marshall R. Wheeler (p. -195) -- 14. Known drosophila species in China with descriptions of twelve new species / C.C. Tan, T.C. Hsu and T.C. Sheng (p. -206) -- 15. Catalogue of described species belonging to the genus Drosophila, with observations on their geographical distribution / J.T. Patterson and Marshall R. Wheeler (p. -233).
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I.The Classification of the Genus Drosophila, with Descriptions of Nine New Species-- II. New Species in the Quinaria Group of the Subgenus Drosophila-- III. Description of New Species of the Subgenera Hitrodrosophila and Drosophila Sturtevant, A.H.; Spencer, Warren P.; Patterson, J.T.; Wheeler, Marshall R. (University of Texas at Austin, 1942-04-01)
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