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William Bateson and R.A. Emerson, 1922

William Bateson and R.A. Emerson, 1922
William Bateson (left) with R.A. Emerson, 1922.
william bateson, emerson, 1922, gallery 5
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16197. Gallery 5: William Bateson Portrait
Signed picture of William Bateson, around 1920.
16200. Gallery 5: William Bateson and Wilhelm Johannsen, 1924
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16195. Gallery 5: William Bateson Letter, page 1
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16196. Gallery 5: William Bateson Letter, page 2
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16201. Gallery 5: William Bateson's work discussed in a letter
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16193. Gallery 5: Reginald Punnett
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16206. Biography 5: William Bateson (1861-1926)
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16192. : Genetic inheritance follows rules.
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16288. Gallery 11: Calvin Bridges at Woods Hole, 1922
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