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Garland Allen, clip 4

Garland Allen is a Professor in the Evolutionary and Population Biology Program at Washington University in St. Louis. He authored Thomas Hunt Morgan: The Man & His Science, and several texts, including Matter, Energy and Life and The Study of Biology.
population biology program, thomas hunt morgan, garland allen, experimental evidence, science, linkage, breaking of linkage, drosophila
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The beginnings of the American Eugenics movement: the first Eugenics committee.
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