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Nettie Maria Stevens, 1904

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Portrait of Nettie Stevens
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nettie maria stevens, nettie stevens, 1904, gallery 9
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16253. Gallery 9: Nettie Stevens, 1909
Nettie Stevens at work in Naples, Italy, 1909.
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Nettie Maria Stevens independently developed the idea of sex determination by chromosomes.
16260. Biography 9: Edmund Beecher Wilson (1856-1939)
Edmund Beecher Wilson independently developed the idea of sex determination by chromosomes.
16250. Specialized chromosomes determine gender.
DNAFTB Animation 9:Nettie Stevens and Edmund Wilson explain how gender is determined by special chromosomes.
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The relationships between Theodor Boveri, Edmund Wilson, Nettie Stevens and Thomas Hunt Morgan.
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Morgan's criticism of Stevens' and Wilson's sex determination theory.
16258. Video 9: Garland Allen, clip 3
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