28 offprints Boris Ephrussi many with Nobel Prize winner G. W. Beadle

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Title 28 offprints Boris Ephrussi many with Nobel Prize winner G. W. Beadle
Author Ephrussi, Boris G. W. Beadle, C. W. Clancy, A. Lacassagne, Morris Henry Harnly and others.
Binding PAPERBACK
Publisher Various, 1933-1951
Condition Very Good
Description 28 offprints including several with Nobel Prize winner G. W. Beadle. Essais de Culture Comparative de Tissus Hepatique et Renal de Lapins Embryonnaires, Nouveau-Nes, Adultes et Vieux, with A. Lacassagne (1933); La Transplantation des Ovaires chez la Drosophile, with G.W. Beadle (1935); The Behavior in Vitro of Tissues from Lethal Embryos (1935); Differenciation de la coleur de l'oeil cinnabar chez la Drosophile (Drosphila melanogaster), with G.W. Beadle (1935); Sur les conditions de l'autodifferenciation des caracteres mendeliens, with G.W. Beadle (1935); La transplantation des disques imaginaux chez la Drosophile, with G.W. Beadle (1935); Extraction et solubilite des substances intervenant dans la pigmentation des yeux de Drosophila melanogaster, with Morris Henry Harnly (1936); A Technique of Transplantation for Drosophila, with G.W. Beadle, name stamp of F.B. Hutt on outside cover (1936); Influence de la lymphe sur la coleur des yeux vermilion chez la Drosophile (Drosophila melanogaster), with C.W. Clancy and G.W. Beadle (1936); Sur la presence, chez differents Insectes, des substances intervenant dans la pigmentation des yeux de Drosophila melanogaster, with Morris Henry Harnly (1936); Development of Eye Colors in Drosophila Studies of the Mutant Claret, with G.W. Beadle (1936); Developpement des Couleurs des Yeux chez la Drosophile: Revue des Experiences de Transplantation, with G.W. Beadle (1937); Development of Eye Colors in Drosophila: Transplantation Experiments on the Interaction of Vermilion with other Eye Colors, with G.W. Beadle, name stamp of Lester W. Sharp on title page (1937); Development of Eye Colors in Drosophila: Production and Release of cn+ Substance by the Eyes of Different Eye Color Mutants, with G.W. Beadle (1937); Fractionnement des Substances qui Interviennent dans la Pigmentation des Yeux de Drosophila Melanogaster, with Yvonne Khouvine and E. Aubel (1937); Development of Eye Colors in Drosophila: Relation between Pigmentation and Release of the Diffusible Substances, with Simon Chevais (1937); Developpement des Coleurs des Yeux chez la Drosophile: Relations entre Production, Utilisation et Liberation des Substances Diffusibles, with Simon Chevais (1938); Chemistry of Eye Color Hormones of Drosophila, name stamp of Harold H. Smith on title page (1942); Analysis of Eye Color Differentiation in Drosophila (1942); Studies of Eye Pigments of Drosophila I. Methods of Extraction and Quantitative Estimation of the Pigment Components, with Jean Lane Herold (1944); A Reconsideration of the Mechanism of Position Effect, with Eileen Sutton (1944); Studies of Eye Pigments of Drosophila. II. Effect of Temperature on the Red and Brown Pigments in the Mutant Blood (w), with Jean Lane Herold. III. The Heterogeneity of the Red Pigment as Revealed by the Effects of the White Alleles and by the Color Changes During Development (1945); Action de l'acriflavine sur les Levures II. Etude Genetique du Mutant Petite Colonie, with Helene Hottlinguer and Jean Tavlitzki (1949); Action de l'acriflavine sur les Levures I. La Mutation Petite Colonie, with Helene Hottlinguer and Anne-Marie Chimenes (1949); La Synthese Adaptative des Cytochromes chez la Levure de Boulangerie, with P.P. Slonimski (1950); Effet du l'oxygene sur la formation des enzymes respiratoires chez la levure de boulangerie, with Piotr P. Slonimski and M. Robert Courrier (1950); Direct Demonstration of the Mutagenic Action of Euflavin on Baker's Yeast, with Helene Hottinguer (1950); Quelques Problemes de la Genetique des Microorganismes (1951); Mating of Somatic Cells in Vitro, with Serge Sorieul (1962). "Ephrussi coupled his embryological concerns with a firm conviction that one must understand the role of genes in order to decipher embryological processes. He moved to Caltech in 1934 and stayed until 1935 to learn genetics within the intellectual empire of T.H. Morgan. This move was supported by the Rockefeller Foundation. During this period he conducted important work with George Beadle, who joined him in Paris in the autumn of 1935. There they produced results from experiments with Drosophila eye transplants. This became integral to the work of Beadle and Tatum, who were working with Neurospora, and from this research developed the 'one gene, one enzyme' hypothesis." Wikipedia. "George Wells Beadle (October 22, 1903 - June 9, 1989) was an American scientist in the field of genetics, and Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine Nobel laureate who with Edward Lawrie Tatum discovered the role of genes in regulating biochemical events within cells in 1958." Wikipedia.

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