This is one of five papers McClintock published within two years of receiving her Ph.D. In this brief article, McClintock
reported that one of her experiments with trisomy in maize, in which she crossed a triploid and diploid, resulted in an individual
that lacked one chromosome and seemed to die prematurely.
Item is a photocopy.
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Periodical: McClintock, Barbara. "A 2N-1 Chromosomal Chimera in Maize." Journal of Heredity 20, (1929): 218. Article. 1 Image.
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Medical Subject Headings (MeSH):
Education and Research at Cornell, 1925-1931
The Cytological Identification of the Chromosomes Associated with the 'R-golden' and 'B-liguleless' Linkage
Groups in Zea Mays (1929)
The Cytological Identification of the Chromosome Associated with the R-G Linkage Group in Zea Mays (March 1931)