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William Bateson Letter, page 1

 William Bateson Letter, page 1
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First page of a 1905 letter written by William Bateson, first Director of the John Innes Institute, to Adam Sedgewick, Cambridge professor. Bateson coined the term "genetics" in this letter.
Keywords:
john innes institute, william bateson, adam sedgewick, genetics, gallery 5
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