Onera A. Merritt Hawkes
Articles written in Journal of Genetics
Volume 3 Issue 4 April 1914 pp 249-274
Three toe-types occur, but two are much more common than the other.
The commonest toe-type in England is one in which the first toe is longer than the others.
There is some limitation in regard to sex, the
The heterozygous types are usually
The male heterozygote tends to be
Volume 7 Issue 2 February 1918 pp 135-154
The plain or non-spotted condition of the larva of
The dominance in the F1 generation is incomplete; all the larvae are spotted but not all have the full complement of spots.
The spots are probably represented, not by one, but by a group of related gens in the chromosome.
The dominant homozygous and the heterozygous forms can be distinguished only by breeding, as both may be either full- or partly-spotted.
A number of abnormal larvae with reduced tubercles occurred in the F2 generation; when mated with normal larvae, this character behaved as a recessive; whether it was a mutation which occurred
Volume 12 Issue 2 October 1922 pp 111-135
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