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The Organism and Its Environment

Francis B. Sumner
The Scientific Monthly
Vol. 14, No. 3 (Mar., 1922), pp. 223-233
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/6375
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[Footnotes]
  • 1
    One prominent geneticist, Heribert-Nilsson, when confronted with the contradiction between the "facts" I of Mendelism and the "theory"' of evoljx- tion, escapes from his dilemua by casting the latter overboard! (Festkrift Lunds Universitet, 1918).
  • 2
    Professor Bateson, who is usually regarded as a pioneer " mutation- ist," I has recently declared (SCIENCE, January 20, 1922)
  • 3
    Kellogg (Darwinism Today, p. 278).
  • 5
    Heredity, environment and responsibility. Bulletin of the Scripps Institution, No. 10, July 2, 1921.
  • 6
    Popenoe and Johnson, "Applied Eugenics," p. 3.