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Genetic Studies on Drosophila*

Nature volume 131, pages 627628 (29 April 1933) | Download Citation



THIS work referred to below is divided into three portions, dealing respectively with inverted sections of the autosomes in Drosophila melanogaster,ranslocations between the second and third chromosomes, and with two new lines in which the X-chromosomes of the female are terminally attached to each other. The treatment is highly condensed and technical, with a wealth of new breeding data and some new interpretations.

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