May I take the opportunity of saying how much I appreciated meeting you--especially as I got the impression that our work
continues to converge, without so far (Touch Wood) having any inexplicable incompatibilities.
I asked Miss Lively for some prints of your cytological pictures of coli diploids, because it is always very useful
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to have these things around for direct comparison. Mental images become confused quite readily. I hope you will encourage
her to send them.
Are you agreeable to my quoting these observations as suggesting that since haploid and diploid coliforms look like [DIAGRAM]
and [DIAGRAM] respectively, that the cytologically diploid nucleus which looks like [DIAGRAM] or [DIAGRAM] is probably [DIAGRAM]
also? I don't possibly wish to commit you to agreeing, of course, unless you do so, but I'd like to be able to make
the comparison next time I'm called on to do a general account. If I ever am.
This point, by the way, strikes me as very anti-spindle, even if I didn't
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already know where D--L--R started on his journey up the proverbial gum-tree.
Will you send me your review of Kraysis' effusion, and I'll send you mine. The comparison might be amusing.
I enclose a print of my diagram, with suggested interpretations, in case you would like to have it for reference.
Give my best wishes to your very charming wife, and tell her that I hope she will soon persuade you to come to England and
meet my own, equally charming wife. We will be pleased to see you at any time, and so, I know, will Mother.