University of Wisconsin. Dept. of Genetics / The Wisconsin genotype: a news letter to former students
No. 21 (May 1937)
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2, It Barker, Henry Do (16S, 16-17, Ph.D.23, Minn. Senior Pathologist, U.S.D.A., Washington, D. C. -- Cotton disease investigations. + Bender, Ray (26S) M.S.28, Cornell, Manager Essex Co. Farm 2B&2G Bureau C Co. Agent, Westport, N. Y. + Bishop, George H. (158, 15-17S, Ph.D,20) Prof. of Biophysics, Washington U. Med. School, St. Louis, Mo. -- Nerve and brain physiology. ("Proprietor of 4 cats + a ford + 3 swarms of bees 4 a frog pond and a hibernating possum") + Bowstead, John E. (B.S.20, M.S.21, 238, 26, Ph.D.29S) Assoc. 1G Prof. An. Husb., U. of Alberta, Alta., Canada. -- Environ- mental factors associated with wool growth and quality. Dairy calf and dairy cow rations. + Bullock, Dillman S. (M.S20) Director Escuela Agricola, El Vergel, Angol Chile. -- Geogranhical distribution of Chilian birds. 'Named by Scientific congress on committee to write chec" list of Chilian Birds." + Burnham, Charles R. (B.A.24; M.S.25;26-Ph.D.29) Assoc. Prof. of Genetics, Univ., Assoc. Agron.-Exp. Sta., Univ. of 'V. Va., Dept. of Agron. & Genetics, Morgitntown, W. Va. -- Crossing over as affected by chromosome abnormalities in corn, Smut resistance in corn, production of hybrid corn. (Husband of Miss Lucile Strickland) + Bushnell, Ralph J. (33-Ph.D.35) Inst. in Genetics, U. of 1G Georgia, Athens, Ga. -- Inheritance of longevity and fer- tility in the bean weevil. Building a stock of mice for workr on inheritance of resistance to protozoan diseases. (1937 Vacation at Wood's Hole, Mass.) v. Carver, Wim. A. (M.S.221 Ph.D.25, Ames Assoc. Agronomist, Fla. Agr. Exp. Sta., Gainesville, Fla.- Peanut and corn breeding. + Deakin, Alan (M.S.29 - Ph.D.31) Animal & Poultry Geneticist, 1B Central Exp. Farm, Ottawa. Meadowbrook Farm, Westboro, Ont. -- Artificial insemination. Diebold, Francis (B.A.21; 255, M.A.27) Head of Dept. of Biol., Kalamazoo College, Kalamazoo, Mich. (Summer 137 either at Wis. or motoring through Central and South America) 4 Dove, W. Franklin (M.S.23; 24-26 - Ph.D.27) Biologist, U. of lB&lG Maine Exp. Sta., Orono, Me. -- The nutritive instincts as a genetic, nutritional and psychological problem. Their applications to the agricultural, economic and social data of the State of Maine as a test case.
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