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Formal Genetics of Man

Nature volume 158, page 722 (16 November 1946) | Download Citation

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MAN has obvious disadvantages as an object of genetical study. The advantages are that very large populations are available, and that many sero-logical diffidences and congenital abnormalities have been intensively investigated.

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