F. W. Sansome
Articles written in Journal of Genetics
Volume 17 Issue 3 January 1927 pp 349-364
Volume 22 Issue 3 July 1930 pp 373-387
Two distinct, apparently intersterile, forms of
Corresponding hereditary growth-forms occur within each group; these also have ecological significance.
The phenotypical classification of
Crosses between Group I (6
The basic chromosome number is seven. The chromosome complement of the various types has been determined as shown in Table IV.
Volume 27 Issue 1 March 1933 pp 105-132
1. The segregation in diploid and tetraploid portions of the same plants of tomato is discussed.
2. Chromatid segregation is probably shown by some factors and chromosome segregation by others.
3. The behaviour of autotetraploid plants and triploid
4. Pure chromosome segregation or random chromatid segregation will be of rare occurrence, and a segregation intermediate between these extremes will probably be more frequent.
5. Linkage between two factors showing random chromatid segregation is discussed and a table of calculated linkages is given.
Volume 30 Issue 3 May 1935 pp 415-422
1. Several species of Acrididae provide valuable material for both cytological and genetical research.
2. The technique of breeding and the life history of
3. The action of 14 genes in
4. The problems of genecology of grasshoppers are discussed and some preliminary results given.
Volume 33 Issue 3 December 1936 pp 359-363
From the reasons stated, although there is no proof, the evidence indicates that:
There is a factor carried by
There is autohexaploid segregation of flower colour in
Volume 35 Issue 3 February 1938 pp 387-396
2. The hermaphrodites of
3. The behaviour of these types and of their hybrids is discussed in relation to the general evolution of polyoecious and dioecious forms in angiosperms.
Volume 49 Issue 2 October 1948 pp 151-152
A constant breeding population of inversion heterozygotes of
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