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Biological Fact and Theory

Naturevolume 120pages1213 (1927) | Download Citation



IT may seem scarcely sporting to intervene in a discussion between two such masters of controversy as Dr. C. Walker and Prof. J. S. Huxley, but there is a danger that ordinary biologists, in watching the clever play of these two duellists, may overlook the fact that the Mendelian theory so skilfully wielded by both is really a powerful weapon for the attack of biological problems.

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