S. C. Harland
Articles written in Journal of Genetics
Volume 8 Issue 2 April 1919 pp 101-132
Volume 10 Issue 3 October 1920 pp 193-205
Volume 10 Issue 3 October 1920 pp 207-218
Volume 12 Issue 3 December 1922 pp 251-253
The relation between
Volume 12 Issue 3 December 1922 pp 254-254
Volume 18 Issue 1 March 1927 pp 55-62
Volume 25 Issue 3 April 1932 pp 261-270
Crosses of Crinkled Dwarf × Sea Island exhibit complete dominance of Sea Island, but in crosses with other Peruvian types, dominance is slightly disturbed, producing in
A cross of Crinkled Dwarf × Upland gave an intermediate
Selfed heterozygotes from the first back-cross produced in one case a family indicating true reversal of dominance, the ratio 3 Crinkled: 1 normal being obtained. Reversal of dominance persisted in the next generation from this family.
Crosses involving Crinkled and
The bearing of the experiments on Fisher’s theory of dominance is discussed, and it is concluded that while the behaviour of Crinkled in Upland crosses is in accordance with the Fisher theory, the process by which genes modifying dominance are thought to have become homozygous in Peruvian involves the assumption that normals descended from heterozygotes have replaced the original normal population. This assumption is thought to be improbable.
Volume 25 Issue 3 April 1932 pp 271-280
The occurrence of relative chlorophyll deficiency in crosses between
Modifying factors considerably affect the distribution of chlorophyll deficiency in the chlorophyll-deficient class, and within it was found a range from completely lethal to fully viable.
The distribution of the chlorophyll-deficient factors was investigated in
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