|Title:||Genetic Mosaics and Other Essays|
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|Publisher:||Harvard University Press; First Edition edition (1968)|
Genetic Mosaics and Other Essays. Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Mass. John M. Prather Lectures, Harvard University, 1965. Science 09 May 1969: Vol. 164, Issue 3880, pp. 680 DOI: 1. 126/science.
The first essay traces the influence of Mendel’s work on human genetics. In the second essay, Curt Stern surveys the development of our understanding of mosaics.
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Genetics and evolution. The john M. Prather Lectures, 1965. Harvard University Press, Cam-. The second and longest essay, "Genetic Mosaics in Animals and Man," is a catalogue of the ways in which genetically different compositions may arise in a single individual- through accidents of fertili-zation or of cell division, through somatic mutation or crossing over, through inactivation of parts of chromosomes, or through passage of cells from one embryo to another through the placenta. Examples - many of them from human material - of the various types and sub-types are described. This will be a very useful reference source, with a helpful bibliography. This book was written primarily for students and teachers of biology, and for adults with varying backgrounds.
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The Curt Stern Award, established by the American Society of Human Genetics in 2001, recognizes a scientist who has made major scientific achievements in human genetics during the past 10 years. Curt Stern: August 30, 1902-October 23, 1981". Biographical Memoirs of the National Academy of Sciences. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press. Principles of human genetics (3 e. Curt Stern Papers at the American Philosophical Society Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
The Curt Stern Award, established by the American Society of Human Genetics in 2001, recognizes a scientist who has made major scientific achievements in human genetics during the previous 10 years. Dr Curt Stern, 79, Influential teacher of human genetics". Stern, Curt and Sherwood, Eva R. (eds) 1966. The origin of genetics: a Mendel source book. Burian, Richard M. (2000). Stern, Curt, in American National Biography Online". Allgemeine Zeitschrift des Judenthums . Volume 22, No 7. December 1857 page 92. ↑ Stern, Curt (1968). Principles of human genetics (3rd ed e.