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Selection for Higher and Lower Facet Numbers in the Bar-Eyed Race of Drosophila and the Appearance of Reverse Mutations
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Notes and References
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Castle, W. E., Carpenter, T. W., Clark, A. H., Mast, S. O., and Barrows, W. M. '16 The Effect of Inbreeding, Cross Breeding and Variability of Drosophila. Proc. Amer. Acad. Arts. Sci., 41: 731-786.
Hyde, Roscoe R. '14 Fertility and Sterility in Drosophila ampelophila. I., Sterility in Drosophila with Special Reference to a Defect in the Female and its Behavior in Heredity. II., Fertility in Drosophila and its Behavior in Heredity. Jour. Exp. Zoöl., 17: 141-212.
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- MacDowell, E. Carlton. '15 Bristle Inheritance in Drosophila. I., Extra Bristles. Jour. Exp. Zoöl., 19: 61-98.
- '16 The Influence of Selection on the Number of Extra Bristles in Drosophila. Science, N. S., 43: 177-
Pearl, R. '12 The Mode of Inheritance of Fecundity in the Domestic Fowl. Jour. Exp. Zoöl., 13: 153-268. (Gives list of other papers.)
Zeleny, Charles, and Mattoon, E. W. '15 The Effect of Selection upon the " Bar Eye " Mutant of Drosophila. Jour. Exp. Zoöl., 19: 515-529.