Nobel Prize Collection: 72 Offprints from Nobel Prize winners Morgan, Muller, Snell, Beadle, Lederberg, Luria, Lewis, Sumner, Tatum

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Title Nobel Prize Collection: 72 Offprints from Nobel Prize winners Morgan, Muller, Snell, Beadle, Lederberg, Luria, Lewis, Sumner, Tatum
Author Morgan, T. H. Joshua Lederberg, E. L. Tatum, G. W. Beadle, James B. Sumner, E. B. Lewis, S. E. Luria, George D. Snell, H. J. Muller
Binding PAPERBACK
Publisher Various, 1912-1961
Condition Very Good
Description 72 Offprints from Nobel Prize winners. First edition. Offprints. Most in very good condition, some staples little rusty. Most in original wrappers. Most have author's name in ink, or stamps or prior owners which include: Orland E. White, Franz Schrader, E. N. Harvey, Johannes Holtfreter, Heitt, L. C. Dunn, Norman H. Giles, Robert H. Foote, Norman H. Giles, and few others. A nice selection of offprints from Nobel Prize winners. George D. Snell The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for 1980 : Mouse Genetic News Volume 1 Number 1 edited by Snell(1941); Methods for the Study of Histocompatibility Genes, name stamp of Robert H. Foote on title page(1948); Hybrids and History. The Role of Race and Ethnic Crossing in Individual and National Achievement, name stamp of Robert H. Foote on title page (1951); The Immunogenetics of Tumor Transplantation, name stamp of Robert H. Foote on cover(1952); The Genetics of Transplantation, name stamp of Robert H. Foote on cover(1953); The Genetics of Transplantation, name stamp of Robert H. Foote on title page(1957) Joshua Lederberg The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for 1958: Sex in Bacteria: Genetic Studies, 1945-1952, with E. L. Tatum (Nobel Prize 1958) name stamp of Robert H. Foote on title page (1953) S.E. Luria The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for 1969 : Virology Panel: The Relation of the Synthesis of Viruses and other Cell Components in Bacteria (year unknown); Viruses as Determinants of Cellular Functions, name stamp of Norman H. Giles on title page (1959); Biosynthesis of B-D-Galactosidase Controlled by Phage-Carried Genes. II. The Behavior of Phage-Transduced z+ Genes toward Regulatory Mechanisms (1961); Biosynthesis of B-D-Galactosidase Controlled by Phage-Carried Genes. I. Induced B-D-Galactosidase Biosynthesis after Transduction of Gene z+ by Phage (1961) E.B. Lewis The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for 1995: Another Case of Unequal Crossing-Over in Drosophila Melanogaster, name stamp of L.C. Dunn on title page (1941); The Relation of Repeats to Position Effect in Drosophila Melanogaster (1945); G.W. Beadle The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for 1958 : A Gene in Maize for Super Numerary Cell Divisions Following Meiosis (1930); Genes in Maize for Pollen Sterility (1932); The Relation of Crossing Over to Chromosome Association in Zea-Euchlaena Hybrids (1932); A Gene in Zea mays for Failure of Cytokinesis During Meiosis (1932); A Possilbe Influence of the Spindle Fibre on Crossing-Over in Drosphila (1932); A Gene for Sticky Chromosomes in Zea Mays (1932); Studies of Euchlaena and its Hybrids with Zea I. Chromosome Behavior in Euchlaena mexicana and its Hybrids with Zea mays (1932); Studies of Crossing-over in Heterozygous Translocations in Drosophila melanogaster (1933); Polymitotic Maize and the Precocity Hypothesis of Chromosome Conjugation (1933); Further Studies of Asynaptic Maize (1933); Crossing-Over in Attached-X Triploids of Drosophila Melanogaster (1934); Crossing Over near the Spindle Attachment of the X Chromosomes in Attached-X Triploids of Drosphila Melanogaster (1935); La Transplantation des Disques Imaginauz chez la Drosophile, with Boris Ephrussi (1935); X Chromosome Inversions and Meiosis in Drosophila Melanogaster, with A.H. Sturtevant (1935); Further Studies of Crossing Over in Attached-X Chromosomes of Drosophila Melanogaster, with Sterling Emerson (1935); Differenciation de la couleur de l'oeil cinnabar chez la Drosophile (Drosophila melanogaster), with Boris Ephrussi (1935); Chromosome Aberration and Gene Mutation in Sticky Chromosome Plants of Zea mays (1937); The Inheritance of the Color of Malpighian Tubes in Drosophila Melanogaster (1937); Development of Eye Colors in Drosophila: Extraction of the Diffusible Substances Concerned, with Kenneth V. Thimann (1937); Development of Eye Colors in Drosophila: Diffusible Substances and their Interrelations, with Boris Ephrussi (1937); Developpement des Couleurs des Yeux chez la Drosophile: Influence des Implants sur la Couleur des Yeux de l'Hote, with Boris Ephrussi (1937); Ovary Transplants in Drosophila Melanogaster: Studies of the Characters Singed, Fused, and Female-Sterile, with C.W. Clancy (1937); Genes and Biological Enigmas (1949) James B. Sumner Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1946: A New Method for the Direct Nesslerization of Ammonia in Urine (1918); Note. The Recrystallization of Urease (1926); Crystalline Urease. II., with David B. Hand (1928); The Isoelectric Point of Crystalline Urease, with David B. Hand (1929); Antiurease, with J. Stanley Kirk (1931); The Digestion and Inactivation of Crystalline Urease by Pepsin and by Papain, with J. Stanley Kirk and Stacey F. Howell (1932) T. H. Morgan The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for 1933: The Modification of the Sex-Ratio, and of Other Ratios, in Drosophila through Linkage, name stamp of Orland E. White (1912); The Elimination of the Sex Chromosomes from the Male-Producing Eggs of Phylloxerans (1912) disbound and chipped.; Inheritance of Number of Feathers of the Fantail Pigeion (1917); The Effects of Castration of Hen-Feathered Campines. The Effects of Ligating the Testes of Hen-Feathered Cocks. The Genetic Factor for Hen-Feathering in the Sebright Bantam?3 articles, name stamps of Orland E. White and Blandy Experimental Farm (1920); Whitman's Work on the Evolution of the Group of Pigeons (1920); Some Possible Bearings of Genetics on Pathology, name stamp of Dr. E.N. Harvey on cover (1922); Further Evidence on Variation in the Width of the Abdomen in Immature Fiddler Crabs (1923); The Development of Asymmetry in the Fiddler Crab (1923); The Rise of Genetics, with stamp of Blandy Experimental Farm on cover (1932); The Formation of the Antipolar Lobe in Ilyanassa (1933); Effects of Centrifuging Eggs of Urechis before and after Fertilization, with Albert Tyler (1935); Further Developments on the Formation of the Antipolar Lobe of Ilyanassa (1936); The Relation between Entrance Point of the Spermatozoon and Bilaterality of the Egg of Chaetopterus, with Albert Tyler (1938); The Genetic and Physiological Problems of Self-Sterility in Ciona I. Data on Self- and Cross-Fertilization (1938); 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); A Reconsideration of the Evidence Concerning a Dorso-Ventral Pre-Organization of the Egg of Chaetopterus (1938); The Genetic and the Physiological Problems of Self-Sterility in Ciona III. Induced Self-Fertilization (1939); The Effects of Centrifuging on the Polar Spindles of the Egg of Chaetopterus and Cumingia, name stamp of Blandy Experimental Farm (1939); The Genetic and the Physiological Problems of Self-Sterility in Ciona V. The Genetic Problem (1942); Cross- and Self-Fertilization in the Ascidian Molgula Manhattensis (1942); The Genetic and the Physiological Problems of Self-Sterility in Ciona. VI. Theoretical Discussion of Genetic Data (1944); Some further Data on Self Fertilization in Ciona (1944); Normal and Abnormal Development of the Eggs of Ciona (1945); The Conditions that Lead to Normal or Abnormal Development of Ciona (1945); H. J. Muller The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for 1946: Mutation rate dependent on the size of the x chromosome (1943) typescript Torn with chips. J.T. Baldwin Jr stamp; Evidence Against A Straight End-to-End Alignment of Chromosomes in Drosophila Spermatozoa with Irwin H. Herskowitz (1954); The Mutability of 18 Mev Electrons Applied to Drosophila Spermatozoa with I. H. Herskowitz and John S. Laughlin (1958); Further Evidence of the prevalence of minute rearrangement and absence of simple breakage in and near chomocentral regions, and its bearing on the mechanism of ?. with M. L. Belgovsky with L. C. Dunn stamp and pasted to the offprint several lines in typeface with H. J. Muller's stamp; The Optical Dissociation of Drosophila Chromosomes by Means of Ultraviolet light with J. Ellenhorn and A. Prokofjeva (1935) in Russian and English; Concerning the Healing of Chromosome Ends Produced by Breakage in Drosophila Melanogaster with Irwin H. Herskowitz (1954); Progress and Prospects in Human Genetics: A Preface to this Journal (1949) Compliments of the Author stamp, with Norman H. Giles stamp front page; One Hundred Years Without Darwinism Are Enough (1959) Norman H. Giles stamp. Putting together a collection of original offprints of this depth and importance would be rather difficult these days. A most interesting group to add to any collection of Nobel Prize Winners. Rare. Provenance: William B. Provine *

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