Studies in the genetics of Drosophila. VIII, Articles on genetics, taxonomy, cytology, and radiation
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Table of contents: 1. Genetic variability in geographic strains of Drosophila virilis / J.T. Patterson (p. -18) -- 2. Fate of the sperm in the reproductive tract of the Drosophila female in homogamic matings / J.T. Patterson (p. -37) -- 3. Fertilizations in multiple matings between species of the virilis group / Wilson S. Stone and J.T. Patterson (p. -45) -- 4. Note on a new case of interspecific hybridization in the affinis subgroup / J.T. Patterson (p. ) -- 5. Taxonomic studies of American Drosophilidae / Marshall R. Wheeler (p. -64) -- 6. Species differences in the utilization of wild yeasts by Drosophila / Edna Dudgeon (p. -97) -- 7. Chromosomal studies of several species of Drosophilidae / Frances E. Clayton and Calvin L. Ward (p. -105) -- 8. Chromosome variation in giant forms of Drosophila montana / Paul S. Moorhead (p. -129) -- 9. Cytological studies of the repleta group / Marvin Wasserman (p. -152) -- 10. The chromosomes of Drosophila macrospina and comparisons of the chromosome elements with other species / Roger Weinberg (p. -162) -- 11. Note on transplantation experiments in Drosophila macrospina : the formation of brown pigment / J.B. Price, Jr. (p. -165) -- 12. Population studies with Drosophila mulleri / Marvin Wasserman (p. -188) -- 13. Phenotypic abnormalities of the eyes of lozenge compounds in Drosophila melanogaster / Frances E. Clayton (p. -209) -- 14. The development of the compound eyes of lozenge alleles in Drosophila melanogaster / Frances E. Clayton (p. -243) -- 15. Comments on the mechanism of action of radiations on living systems / Stone, Wilson S. ... [et al.] (p. -271) -- 16. Heterosis studies with species of Drosophila living in small populations / Stone, Wilson S., Mary L. Alexander, and Frances E. Clayton (p. -307).
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