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The Symposia, 1933 — 2003

1951:   Genes and Mutations, Vol. XVI

Organizer: Milislav Demerec

Summary

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THEORY OF GENE
GOLDSCHMIDT, RICHARD B. Theory of the Gene Chromosomes and genes    1M CCLINTOCK, BARBARA. Chromosome organization and genic expression    13 STADLER, L. J. Spontaneous mutation in maize    49 HOROWITZ, N. H., and LEUPOLD, URS. Some recent studies bearing on the one gene-one enzyme Hypothesis    65CYTOPLASMIC CONSTITUENTS OF HEREDITYEPHRUSSI, BORIS, and HOTTINGUER, HELENE. On an unstable cell state in yeast    75 SPIEGELMAN, S. The particulate transmission of enzyme-forming capacity in yeast    87 L' HERITIER, Ph. The CO2 sensitivity problem in Drosophila    99 PROVASOLI, LUIGI, HUTNER S. H., and PINTNER, IRMA J. Destruction of chloroplasts by streptomycin    113MICHAELIS, P. Interactions between genes and cytoplasm in Epilobium    121 EVOLUTION OF THE GENESTEPHENS, S. G., "Homogous" genetic loci in gossypium    131BONNER, DAVID M. Gene-enzyme relationships in Neurospora    143 LEWIS, E. B. Pseudoallelism and gene evolution    159SCHULTZ, JACK, and REDFIELD, HELEN. Interchromosomal effects on crossing over in Drosophila    175 INDUCTION CHANGES IN GENES AND CHROMOSOMES IAUERBACH, CHARLOTTE. Problems in chemical mutagenesis    199 DEMEREC, M., and HANSON, JESSIE.Mutagenic action of manganous chloride    215ROBERTS, RICHARD B., and ALDOUS, ELAINE. Manganese metabolism of Escherichia coli as related To its mutagenic action    229LEVAN, ALBERT. Chemically induced chromosome reactions in Allium cepa and Vicia faba    233JENSEN, K. A., KIRK, I., K├śLMARK, G., and WESTGAARD, M. Chemically induced mutations in.Neurospora    245INDUCTION OF CHANGES IN GENES AND CHROMOSOMES IIGUSTAFSSON, AKE. Mutations, environment and evolution    263 GILES, NORMAN H., Jr. Studies on the mechanism of reversion in biochemical mutants of Neuro- spora crassa    283

HOLLAENDER, ALEXANDER, BAKER, W. K., and ANDERSON, E. H. Effect of oxygen tension and certain J chemicals on the X-ray sensitivity of mutation production and survival    315

RUSSELL, W. L. X-ray induced mutations in mice    327

GENETIC MECHANISMS IN BACTERIA AND BACTERIAL VIRUSES I

NOVICK, AARON, and SZLARD, LEO. Experiments on spontaneous and chemically induced mutationsOf bacteria growing in the chemostat    337

ATWOOD, K. C., SCHNEIDER, LILLIAN K., and RYAN, FRANCIS J. Selective mechanisms in bacteria    381

WITKIN, EVELYN M. Nuclear segregation and the delayed appearance of induced mutants in Escherichia coli    357

GENETIC MECHANISMS IN BACTERIA AND BACTERIAL VIRUSES II

BISSET, K. A. Genetical implications of bacterial cytology    376

DELAMATER, EDWARD D. A new cytological basis for bacterial genetics    381

LEDERBERG, J., LEDERBERG, E. M., ZINDER, N. D., and LIVELY, E. R. Recombination analysis of bacterial heredity    413

GENETIC MECHANISMS IN BACTERIA AND BACTERIAL VIRUSES III

EPHRUSSI- TAYLOR, HARRIETT. Genetic aspects of transformations of pneumococci    445

HOTCHKISS, ROLLIN D. Transfer of penicillin resistance in pneumococci by the desoxyribonucleatederived from resistant cultures    457

LURIA, S. E. The frequency distribution of spontaneous bacteriophage mutants as evidence for While the exponential rate of phage reproduction    463

HERSHEY, A. D., and CHASE, MARTHA. Genetic recombination and heterozygosis in bacteriophage    471

CONCLUDING SESSION

MIRSKY, A. E. Some enzymes of isolated nuclei    481

SONNEBORN, T. M. Some current problems of genetics in the light of investigations on Chlamy- domonas and Paramecium    483

APPENDIX

FLORY, L. E. The television microscope    505