Heredity, Development and Infection

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I. Three Levels of Heredity THE development of genetics has depended on the separation between determinants and what they determine, between factor and character, between gene and gene-product, between genotype and phenotype. Once the separation had been admitted in theory the connexion could be examined in practice.

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DARLINGTON, C. Heredity, Development and Infection. Nature 154, 164–169 (1944) doi:10.1038/154164a0

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