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W.P. Heningham letter to E. Nettleship, about inheritance of human disorders and sex determination, with references to Bateson and Garrod (11/28/1904) (1)

W.P. Heningham letter to E. Nettleship, about inheritance of human disorders and sex determination, with references to Bateson and Garrod (11/28/1904) (1)
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W.P. Heningham letter to E. Nettleship, about inheritance of human disorders and sex determination, with references to Bateson and Garrod (11/28/1904) (1)
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2137. [handwritten][left side]nerve endings. Diabetes is very spotty & I think you would get little help from it, beyond the broad fact that Jews are very liable. Haemophilia is like colour blindness an almost pure example of the daughter's son inheritance. Wickham Legg's[?] article in [crossed out text] will give you plenty 8rBarth-Horh-Rep-vol xvii 1881 [right side] of reproduces up to that time. You had better come & meet with Bateson at Cambridge who know more about heredity than anyone. He has done a great deal of experimental work in plants, animals, and he wrote to me about haemophilia the other day. The Batesons will be staying here after dinner & you would like him & he would be delighted to find a man [end]
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