Articles written in Journal of Genetics
Volume 41 Issue 2-3 January 1941 pp 195-215
1. A method for detecting non-lethal losses of
2. Losses of
3. Between 0 and 4000 r. the frequency of the above losses is, in first approximation, a linear function of the dosage, and it certainly varies less rapidly than the 1·5 power of the latter—the power found, for these dosages, in the case of gross rearrangements.
4. The mechanism of origination of these losses is interpreted as being through the occurrence of single breaks followed by lateral fusion of sister chromatid fragments, leading to formation of a dicentric chromosome which is either lost in the first change or becomes subjected to repeated breakage at successive anaphases and is ultimately lost.
5. It is suggested, as a result of comparisons of the frequency of the losses found with the amount of change of the sex ratio caused by the same dosage, that a major part of the losses are lethal to the zygote.
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