10 offprints Edward G. Conklin

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Title 10 offprints Edward G. Conklin
Author Conklin, Edward G.
Binding PAMPHLET
Publisher Science April 7, 1905 and many others
Condition Very Good
Description 4 with the authors stamp on front wrapper. One inscribed presentation copy signed by the author to E. M. East "with thanks of the author for your recent reprints. E. G. Conklin" "Conklin, Edwin Grant, 1863-1952, American zoologist, b. Waldo, Ohio, B.S. Ohio Wesleyan Univ., 1886, Ph.D. Johns Hopkins, 1891. From 1908 he taught and conducted research at Princeton, principally in cytology (particularly cell division), embryology, and heredity. His chief interest was evolution. He wrote Heredity and Environment (1915) and many other works, and he was influential in organizing the marine biology laboratory at Woods Hole, Mass. " Columbia Encyclopedia. Zoology. Science. Offprints. Titles include: The development of centrifuged eggs of ascidians (1931) Inscribed presentation copy signed by the author to E. M. East; Facts and Factors of Development (1914) front cover torn, "with the compliments of E.G. Conklin stamp front wrapper. George F. Atkinson's autograph front cover and first page; The Basis of Individuality in Organisms from the Standpoint of Cytology and Embryology (1916) Author's stamp. Karl Sax and E. M East stamp front cover; Why Polar Bodies Do Not Develop (1915) Author's stamp, Karl Sax E. M. East stamp front cover; Effects of Centrifugal Force on the Structure and Development of the Eggs of Crepidula (1917) Author's stamp, Kark Sax and E. M. East stamp front cover, some paper missing at head of spine, else very good; Effects of Centrifugal Force on the Polarity of the Eggs of Crepidula (1916) author's stamp, Karl Sax and E. M. East stamp front cover; Phenomena of Inheritance (1914) Karl Sax and E.M. East stamp front cover; The Mutation Theory From the Standpoint of Cytology (1905) E. M. East stamps front cover; Body Size and Cell Size (1912) Karl Sax and E. M. East stamp front cover, some nicks to edges; Problems of Evolution and Present Methods of Attacking Them (1912). R.R. Gates signature front cover, Karl Sax and Evolution stamp front cover. Most in very good condition. Science. Evolution. Cytology. Biology. Eugenics. *

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