Articles written in Journal of Genetics
Volume 16 Issue 2 January 1926 pp 257-268
The branched spines of
The number of branches in the spines of
Every population possesses a somewhat different character of branching, which circumstance proves the existence of several different strains or races in the species named.
Spine I possesses in the highest degree a tendency to form plus-variations, while spine III is characterized by its disposition to minus-variations. This character remains true for all the populations examined.
The examination of 50 individuals in the late stages of fission proves that the newly arising spines of anterior daughter-individuals may very often differ in the number of branches from the corresponding old spines of posterior daughter-individuals. This difference manifests itself in an increased, as well as in a decreased, number of branches in the new spines.
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