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Reginald Punnett

 Reginald Punnett
Reginald Punnett worked with William Bateson on genetics research. Punnett later became the first Professor of Genetics at Cambridge.
william bateson, reginald punnett, genetics, research, cambridge, gallery 5
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16206. Biography 5: William Bateson (1861-1926)
William Bateson brought Mendel's laws to the attention of English scientists. Bateson and Reginald Punnett co-discovered "coupling," or gene linkage.
16205. Biography 5: Reginald Crundall Punnett (1875-1967)
Punnett devised the "Punnett Square" to depict the number and variety of genetic combinations, and had a role in shaping the Hardy-Weinberg law.
16192. : Genetic inheritance follows rules.
DNAFTB Animation 5:Reginald Punnett and William Bateson explain Mendel's ratios.
16195. Gallery 5: William Bateson Letter, page 1
Letter in which Bateson coined the term "genetics."
16196. Gallery 5: William Bateson Letter, page 2
Letter in which Bateson coined the term "genetics."
16197. Gallery 5: William Bateson Portrait
Signed picture of William Bateson, around 1920.
16201. Gallery 5: William Bateson's work discussed in a letter
Excerpt of 1906 letter from W. Spillman to the American Breeders Association that discusses William Bateson's work.
16199. Gallery 5: William Bateson and R.A. Emerson, 1922
William Bateson (left) with R.A. Emerson, 1922.
16200. Gallery 5: William Bateson and Wilhelm Johannsen, 1924
William Bateson (right) in his garden in Merton, England with Wilhelm Johannsen, 1924.
16198. Gallery 5: William Bateson at Cornell, 1921
William Bateson on a visit to Cornell. Also in photo, A.H. Sturtevant, C. Bridges, and R.A. Emerson, 1921.
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