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Article Laurent Loison (2023)
Heredity as a problem. On Claude Bernard’s failed attempts at resolution. History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences (p. 10). (/isis/citation/CBB089202392/) unapi

Book Mackenzie Cooley (2022)
The Perfection of Nature: Animals, Breeding, and Race in the Renaissance. (/isis/citation/CBB506702141/) unapi

Article Alan R. Rushton (2022)
Cambridge geneticists and the chromosome theory of inheritance: William Bateson, Leonard Doncaster and Reginald Punnett 1879–1940. Annals of Science: The History of Science and Technology (pp. 468-496). (/isis/citation/CBB587413205/) unapi

Article Marianna Szczygielska (2022)
Undoing Extinction: The Role of Zoos in Breeding Back the Tarpan Wild Horse, 1922–1945. Centaurus: International Magazine of the History of Mathematics, Science, and Technology (pp. 729-750). (/isis/citation/CBB178294700/) unapi

Article Christina Brandt (2022)
Development and Heredity in the Interwar Period: Hans Spemann and Fritz Baltzer on Organizers and Merogones. Journal of the History of Biology (pp. 253-283). (/isis/citation/CBB199185340/) unapi

Article Matteo Mossio; Gaëlle Pontarotti (2022)
Conserving Functions across Generations: Heredity in Light of Biological Organization. British Journal for the Philosophy of Science (pp. 249-278). (/isis/citation/CBB220831022/) unapi

Article Jon Røyne Kyllingstad (2022)
The Norwegian Association for Heredity Research and the Organized International Eugenics Movement. Expertise, Authority, Transnational Networks and International Organization in Norwegian Genetics and Eugenics (1919-1934). Perspectives on Science (pp. 77-107). (/isis/citation/CBB477102725/) unapi

Thesis Branden McEuen (2022)
A Program of Race Betterment: The Emergence and Evolution of Eugenic Ideas in Michigan. (/isis/citation/CBB176129676/) unapi

Article Scott H. Podolsky (2022)
Oliver Wendell Holmes, Racism, and Remembrance. Bulletin of the History of Medicine (pp. 484-515). (/isis/citation/CBB813327495/) unapi

Book Elise K. Burton (2021)
Genetic Crossroads: The Middle East and the Science of Human Heredity. (/isis/citation/CBB019954667/) unapi

Article Ronan Le Roux (2020)
Entre hasard et programme: Monod, Jacob et la cybernétique. Revue d'Histoire des Sciences (pp. 273-302). (/isis/citation/CBB986276851/) unapi

Article Gunnar Babcock (2020)
Asexual organisms, identity and vertical gene transfer. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part C: Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences (p. 101265). (/isis/citation/CBB936643771/) unapi

Book Marion Andrea Schmidt (2020)
Eradicating deafness?: Genetics, pathology, and diversity in twentieth-century America. (/isis/citation/CBB370208665/) unapi

Article Tom Quick (2020-03-18)
The Making of a New Race in the Early Twentieth Century Imperial Imaginary. Historical Journal (pp. 1-26). (/isis/citation/CBB351278938/) unapi

Article John Lidwell-Durnin (2020)
William Benjamin Carpenter and the Emerging Science of Heredity. Journal of the History of Biology (pp. 81-103). (/isis/citation/CBB587683100/) unapi

Article Agata Strządała (2020)
The New Biology as an Example of Newspeak: The Case of Polish Zoology, 1948–1956. Journal of the History of Biology (pp. 141-157). (/isis/citation/CBB303228186/) unapi

Book Soraya de Chadarevian (2020)
Heredity under the Microscope: Chromosomes and the Study of the Human Genome. (/isis/citation/CBB586763183/) unapi

Article Ana Barahona; Marsha L. Richmond (2020)
Special Issue: Heredity and Evolution in an Ibero-American Context. Perspectives on Science (pp. 119-126). (/isis/citation/CBB944804637/) unapi

Book Sherrie L. Lyons (2019)
From Cells to Organisms: A History of Cell Theory. (/isis/citation/CBB971130807/) unapi

Article John Lidwell-Durnin (2019)
Inevitable Decay: Debates over Climate, Food Security, and Plant Heredity in Nineteenth-Century Britain. Journal of the History of Biology (pp. 271-292). (/isis/citation/CBB118853213/) unapi


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