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Theodor Boveri portrait 2

Theodor Boveri portrait 2
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Portrait of Theodor Boveri
Keywords:
theodor boveri, gallery 8
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16241. Gallery 8: Theodor Boveri portrait
Signed portrait of Theodor Boveri
16244. Video 8: Scott F. Gilbert, clip 1
Comments on Theodor Boveri and his experiments.
16245. Video 8: Scott F. Gilbert, clip 2
The relationships between Theodor Boveri, Edmund Wilson, Nettie Stevens and Thomas Hunt Morgan.
16246. Biography 8: Theodor Boveri (1862-1915)
Theodor Boveri described the process of meiosis. He also showed that although chromosomes may look similar, they have specific hereditary qualities.
16345. Gallery 15: Phoebus Aaron Theodor Levene, 1915
Phoebus Aaron Theodor Levene, 1915.
16247. Biography 8: Walter Stanborough Sutton (1877-1916)
Walter Sutton described the process of meiosis. He also showed that although chromosomes may look similar, they have specific hereditary qualities.
16238. Sex cells have one set of chromosomes; body cells have two.
DNAFTB Animation 8: Theodor Boveri presents chromosomes' role in development.
16259. Biography 9: Nettie Maria Stevens (1861-1912)
Nettie Maria Stevens independently developed the idea of sex determination by chromosomes.
16351. Gallery 15: Levene's laboratory with some of his students
Levene's laboratory with some of his students: (L-R) W. Jacobs, D. Slyke, G. Meyer (1909).
10985. Theodore Roosevelt Jr. and his daughter Grace. (Showing the hereditary Roosevelt smile)
Theodore Roosevelt Jr. and his daughter Grace. (Showing the hereditary Roosevelt smile)
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