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Scott F. Gilbert, clip 1

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Scott Gilbert is professor of biology at Swarthmore College where he teaches developmental genetics, embryology, and the history and critiques of biology.
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developmental genetics, theodor boveri, scott f gilbert, embryology, experimental biology, sea urchin, meiosis, mitosis, 1902
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