36 offprints from Nobel Prize winner Thomas Hunt Morgan

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Title 36 offprints from Nobel Prize winner Thomas Hunt Morgan
Author Morgan, T. H. (Thomas Hunt Morgan)
Binding PAMPHLET
Publisher Engelmann, Leipzig and many others 1903-1944
Condition Very Good
Description A group of 36 offprints by T. H. Morgan Nobel Prize winner 1866-1945, "was an American evolutionary biologist, geneticist and embryologist and science author who won the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1933 for discoveries elucidating the role the chromosome plays in heredity." Wikipedia. Included titles: The Gastrulation of the Partial Embryos of Sphaerechinus Some Factors in the Regeneration of Tubularia (1903); The Effect of Lithium Chloride on the Development of the Frog's Egg (1903); Demonstration of the effects of castration on Seabright cockerals (1917) some chipping to page edges; The Endocrine Secretion of Hen Feathered Fowls (1920) some dampstaining to bottom and spine margins, else fair; With A. H. Sturtevant and C. B. Bridges The Constitution of the germ-material in relation to heredity (1923) with L.C. Dunn stamp of ownership; Further Evidence on Variation in the Width of the Abdomen in Immature Fiddler Crabs (1923) L.C. Dunn stamp; The Development of Asymmetry in the Fiddler Crab (1923) L.C. Dunn stamp; Removal of the Block to Self-Fertilization in the Ascidian Ciona (1923) some chipping and tearing to edges, also a bit of dampstain to top edge corner; Recent Results Relating to Chromosomes and Genetics (1926) Karl Sax stamp, some wear to spine; with A. H. Sturtevant and C. B. Bridges The Constitution of the germinal material in relation to heredity (1928) Karl Sax stamp; The Point of Entrance of the Spermatozoon in Relation to the Orientation of the Embryo in Eggs with Spiral Cleavage with Albert Tyler (1930); The Apparent Inheritance of an Acquired Character and its Explanation (1930) Karl Sax and E. M. East stamps; with C. B. Bridges and Jack Schultz: The constitution of the germinal material in relation to heredity (1930) L. C. Dunn stamp; with C. B. Bridges and Jack Schultz: The constitution of the germinal material in relation to heredity (1931) Karl Sax stamp; The Rise of Genetics (1932) E. M. East and Karl Sax stamp; With C. B. Bridges and Jack Schultz: The constitution of the germinal material in relation to heredity (1932) Karl Sax and E. M. East stamps; with C. B. Bridges and Jack Schultz: Constitution of the Germinal Material in Relation to Heredity (1933), red pen mark front cover; With C. B. Bridges and Jack Schultz: Report of Investigations on the Constitution of the Germinal Material in Relation to Heredity (1934) Karl Sax stamp; Modern Views of the Evolution Theory (1935) L. C. Dunn stamp; with C. B. Bridges and Jack Schultz: Report of Investigations on Constitution of the Germinal Material in Relation to Heredity (1935) Lester W. Sharp stamp; With C. B. Bridges and Jack Schultz: Constitution of the Germinal Material in Relation to Heredity (1937) Lester W. Sharp stamp; The Genetic and the physiological problems of self-sterility in Ciona I. Data on self- and cross-fertilization (1938) Karl Sax stamp; The Genetic and the physiological problems of self-sterility in Ciona II. The influence of substances in the egg water and sperm-suspensions in self- and cross-fertilization in Ciona. (1938) L. C. Dunn stamp; A Reconsideration of the Evidence Concerning A Dorso-Ventral Pre-Organization of The Egg of Chaetopterus (1938) Karl Sax stamp; The Relation Between Entrance Point of the Spermatozoon and Bilaterality of the Egg of Chaetopterus with Albert Tyler (1938); The Genetic and the physiological problems of self-sterilty in Ciona III. Induced self-fertilization, staples little rusty; The Genetic and the physiological problems of self-sterilty in Ciona IV. Some biological aspects of fertilization (1939) staples little rusty; The Effects of Centrifuging on the Polar Spindles of the Egg of Chaetopterus and Cumingia (1939) front cover little age-toned; With Jack Schultz, C. B. Bridges and Viola Curry: Investigations on the constitution of the germinal material in relation to heredity (1939) title in ink top edge. Karl Sax stamp; Investigations on the Constitution of The Germinal Material in Relation to Heredity (1941) with Jack Schultz and Viola Curry, splash stain front cover, else fair. L. C. Dunn stamp; with Jack Schultz and Viola Curry: Investigations on the constitution of the germinal material in relation to heredity (1940); Cross- and Self-Fertilization in the Ascidian Styela (1942) L. C. Dunn stamp; Do Spermatozoa Penetrate the Membrane of Self-inseminated Eggs of Ciona and Styela? (1942) L. C. Dunn stamp; The Genetic and the physiological problems of self-sterilty in Ciona V. The genetic problem (1942) Karl Sax stamp; with Helen Redfield and L. V. Morgan: Maintenance of a Drosophila stock center, in connection with investigations on the constitution of the germinal material in relation to heredity (1943) L. C. Dunn stamp; The Genetic and the physiological problems of self-sterility in Ciona. VI. Theoretical discussion of genetic data (1944) Karl Sax stamp. In original wraps. First edition. Most in very good condition with many having Morgan's name in ink or pencil with date in upper left corner of most title sheets. * Putting together a collection of T. H. Morgan's offprints of this size would most likely be impossible these days. Rare. Provenance: William B. Provine

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