A Correlation of Ring-Shaped Chromosomes with Variegation in Zea Mays
Produced while McClintock was a National Research Council fellow at the University of Missouri, this paper resulted from observations
she made after receiving correspondence from researchers at Berkeley on the existence of unusual variegations in some plants.
McClintock argued that variegations must have resulted from sister-strand exchanges after ring chromosomes formed early in
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1932-12-15 (December 15, 1932)
Periodical: McClintock, Barbara. "A Correlation of Ring-Shaped Chromosomes with Variegation in Zea Mays." Proceedings of the National
Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 18, 12 (15 December 1932): 677-681. Article. 5 Images.
National Academy Press
Reproduced with permission of the Barbara McClintock Papers, American Philosophical Society.
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Letter from Charles R. Burnham to Barbara McClintock (October 5, 1932)