Библиографический указатель
работ Дж.Б.С. Холдейна

на английском, немецком и французском языках

Воспроизведено по изданию: Г.Э. Фельдман, Джон Бэрдон Сандерсон Холдейн, изд. "Наука", М., 1976 г.


The laws of combination of haemoglobin with CO and Oxygen (with G. G. Douglas and J. S. Haldane). - J. PhysioL, v. 44, N 27, p. 5.

The dissociation of oxyhaemoglobin in human blood during partial CO poisoning. - J. Physiol., v. 45, p. XXII.

Reduplication in mice (with A. D. Sprunt and N. M. Haldane). - J. Genet., v. 5, p. 133.
The probable errors of calculated linkage values, and the most accurate method of determining gametic from certain zygotic series. - J. Genet., v. 8, p. 291.

The combination of linkage values, and the calculation of distances between the loci of linked factors. - J. Genet., v. 8, p. 299.

Note on a case of linkage in Paratettix. - J. Genet., v. 10, p. 47. Some recent work on heredity. - Trans. Oxford Univ. Jr. Sci. Club, Series 3, v. 1, p. 3.

Experiments on the regulation of the blood's alkalinity (with H. W. Davies and E. L. Kennaway). I. - J. Physiol, v. 54, p. 32.

Experiments on the regulation of the blood's alkalinity, II. - J. Physiol., v. 55, p. 265.

Some effects of hot baths on man (with H. G. Bazett). - J. Physiol., v. 55, p. IV.

Linkage in poultry. - Science, v. 54, p. 663.

Salt and water excretion in man (with M. M. Baird). - J. Physiol., v. 56, p. 259.

The excretion of chlorides and bicarbonates by the human kidney (with H. W. Davies and G. L. Peskett). - J. Physiol., v. 56, p. 269.

Sex-ratio and unisexual sterility in hybrid animals. - J. Genet., v. 12, p. 101.

Ammonium chloride acidosis (with M. M. Baird, C. G. Douglas and J. G. Priestley). - J. Physiol., v. 57, p. XII.

Calcium chloride acidosis (with R. Hill and J. M. Lugh). - J. PhysioL, v. 57, p. 301.

Daedalus, or science and the future. London, Kegan, Paul, Trench, Trubner.

A mathematical theory of natural and artificial selection. Pt I. - Trans. Cambridge Philos. Soc, v. 23, p. 19.

A mathematical theory of natural and artificial selection. Pt II. The influence of partial selffertilization, inbreeding, assortative mating, and selective fertilization on the composition of Mende-lian populations, and on natural selection. - Proc. Cambridge Philos. Soc, v. 1, p. 158.

Uber Halluzinationen infolge von Anderungen des Kohlensaure-drucks. - Psychol. Forsch., Bd. 5, S. 356.

The changes in alveolar carbon dioxide pressure after violent exercise (with J. H. Quastel). - J. Physiol., v. 59, p. 138.

The effect of insulin on blood volume (with H. D. Kay and W. Smith). - J. Physiol., v. 59, p. 193.

Experimental alterations in the calcium content of human serum and urine (with C. P. Stewart). - Biochem. J., v. 28, p. 855.

Effect of reaction changes on human inorganic metabolism (with V. B. Wigglesworth and С. Е. Woodrow). - Proc. Roy. Soc. В., v. 96, p. 1.

The effect of reaction changes on human carbohydrate and oxygen metabolism (with V. B. Wigglesworth and С. Е. Woodrow). - Proc. Roy. Soc. В., v. 96, p. 15.

The possible existence of a growth regulation substance in termites. - Nature, London, v. 113, p. 676.

Electricite physiologique - Evolution de la chronaxie an cours de la crise de tetanie experimental par hyperpnee volontaire chez Thomme (with G. Bourguignon). - C. r. Acad. sci., Paris, v. 180, p. 321.

The production of acidosis by ingestion of magnesium chloride and strontium chloride. - Biochem. J., v. 29, p. 249.

Note on the kinetics of enzyme action (with G. E. Briggs). - Biochem. J., v. 29, p. 338.

On the origin of the potential differences between the interior and exterior of cells. - Proc. Cambridge Philos. Soc. (Biol. Sci.), v. 1, p. 243.

Change of linkage in poultry with age (with F. A. E. Crew). - Nature, London, v. 115, p. 641.

Callinicus - A defence of chemical warfare. London, Kegan, Paul, Trench, Trubner.

A mathematical theory of natural and artificial selection. Pt HI. - Proc. Cambridge Philos. Soc, v. 23, p. 363.
A mathematical theory of natural and artificial selection. Pt IV. - Proc. Cambridge Philos. Soc, v. 23, p. 607.

A mathematical theory of natural and artificial selection. Pt V. Selection and mutation. - Proc. Cambridge Philos. Soc, v. 23, p. 838.

The comparative genetics of colour in rodents and carnivora. - Biol. Rev., v. 11, p. 199.

Carbon monoxide as a tissue poison. - Biochem. J., v. 21, p. 1068.

Carbon monoxide poisoning in the absence of haemoglobin. - Nature, London, v. 119, p. 352.

Biological fact and theory. Nature, London, v. 119, p. 456.

Animal biology (with J. S. Huxley). Oxford, Clarendon Press.

Possible worlds and other essays. London, Chatto and Windus.

The arterial blood in ammonium chloride acidosis (with G. С Linder, R. Hilton and F. R. Fraser). - J. Physiol., v. 65, p. 412.

Pituitrin and the chloride concentrating power of the kidneys. - J. Physiol., v. 66, p. 10.

The affinity of different types of enzyme for their substrates. - Nature, London, v. 121, p. 207.

The Universe and irreversibility. - Nature, London, v. 122, p. 808.

Natural selection. - Nature, London, v. 124, p. 444.

The species problem in the light of genetics. - Nature, London, v. 124, p. 514.

A case of balanced lethal factors in Antirrhinum majus (with A. E. Gairdner). - J. Genet., v. 21, p. 315.

The scientific point of view. - Realist, 1 (4), 10.

The place of science in western civilization. - Realist, v. 2, p. 149.

Genetics of polyploid plants. - Conference on Polyploidy. John. Innes Horticultural lnst., p. 9.

The origin of life. - Rationalist Annual, p. 3.

Enzymes. London, Longmans, Green and Co.

A note on Fisher's theory of the origin of dominance and on a correlation between dominance and linkage. - Amer. Naturalist, v. 64, p. 87.

La cinetique des actions diastasiques. - J. chim. phys., v. 27, p. 277.

A mathematical theory of natural and artificial selection. Pt VI. Isolation. - Proc. Cambridge Philos. Soc, v. 26, p. 220.

Theoretical genetics of autopolyploids. - J. Genet., v. 22, p. 359.

Genetics of some autopolyploid plants. - Rept. Proc. 5th Internat Bot. Congr. Cambridge, p. 232.

The principles of plant breeding, illustrated by the Chinese Primrose. - Proc Roy, lnst., v. 26, p. 199.

Origin of asymmetry in gastropods. - Nature, London, v. 126, p. 10.

Natural selection intensity as a function of mortality rate. Nature, London, v. 126, p. 883.

A mathematical theory of natural and artificial selection. Pt VII. Selection intensity as a function of mortality rate. - Proc. Cambridge Philos. Soc, v. 27, p. 131.

A mathematical theory of natural selection. Pt VIII. Metastable populations. - Proc. Cambridge Philos. Soc, v. 27, p. 137.

Linkage in the tetraploid Primula sinensis (with D. De Winton). - J. Genet., v. 24, p. 121.

Inbreeding and linkage (with С. Н. Waddington). - Genetics, v. 16, p. 357.

Embryology and evolution. - Nature, London, v. 126, p. 956; v. 127, p. 274.

Oxidation by living cells. - Nature, London, v. 128, p. 175.

The relationship between the respiratory catalysts of B. coli (with R. P. Cook and I. W. Mapson). - Biochem. J., v. 25, p. 534.

The respiration of B. coli communis. (with R. P. Cook). - Biochem. J., v. 25, p. 880.

The molecular statistics of an enzyme action. - Proc Roy. Soc В., v. 108, p. 559.

Prehistory in the light of genetics. - Proc. Roy. lnst., v. 26, p. 355.

The cytological basis of genetical interference. - Cytologia, v. 3, p. 54.

A note on inverse probability. - Proc. Cambridge Philos. Soc, v. 28, p. 55.

On the non-linear difference equation. - Proc. Cambridge Philos. Soc, v. 28, p. 234.

A mathematical theory of natural and artificial selection. Pt IX. Rapid selection. - Proc. Cambridge Philos. Soc, v. 28, p. 244.

Discussion on recent advance in the study of enzymes and their action. - Proc. Roy. Soc. B, p. 280.

The time of action of genes, and its bearing on some evolutionary problems. - Amer. Naturalist, v. 66, p. 5.

Note on a fallacious method of avoiding selection. - Amer. Naturalist, v. 66, p. 479.

A method for investigating recessive characters in man. - J. Genet., v. 25, p. 251.

Genetical evidence for a cytological abnormality in man. - J. Genet., v. 26, p. 341.

Determinism. - Nature, London, v. 129, p. 315.

The hereditary transmission of acquired characters. Nature, London, v. 129, p. 817, 856.

Eland-ox hybrid. - Nature, London, v. 129, p. 906.

The inheritance of acquired characters. - Nature, London, v. 130, p. 20, 204.

Chain reactions in enzymatic catalyses. - Nature, London, v. 130, p. 61.

The inequality of man and other essays. London, Chatto and Windus.

The causes of evolution. London, Longmans, Green and Co.

The part played by recurrent mutation in evolution. - Amer. Naturalist, v. 67, p. 5.

Two new allelomorphs for heterostylism in Primula. - Amer. Naturalist, v. 67, p. 559.

The genetics of Primula sinensis. II. Segregation and interaction of factors in the diploid (with D. De Winton). - J. Genet., v. 27, p. 1.

A case of balanced lethal factors in Antirrhinum majus (with A. E. Gairdner). II. - J. Genet., v. 27, p. 287.

The genetics of cancer. - Nature, London, v. 132, p. 265.

The biologist and society. In "Science in the changing world" Mary Adams (Ed.). London. Allen and Unwin.

Quantum mechanics as a basis for philosophy. - Philos. Sci., v. 1, p. 78.

A contribution to the theory of price fluctuations. - Rev. Econ. Stud., v. 1, p. 186.

The theory of inbreeding in autotetraploids (with M. S. Bartlett). - J. Genet, v. 29, p. 175.

Anthropology and human biology. - Man, v. 34, p. 142.

Anthropology and human biology. - Man, v. 34, p. 163.

A mathematical theory of natural and artificial selection. Pt X. Some theorems on artificial selection. - Genetics, v. 19, p. 412.

The attitude of the German government towards science. - Nature, London, v. 132, p. 726.

Science and politics. - Nature, London, v. 133, p. 65.

Possibility of incomplete sex linkage in mammals (with C. D. Darlington and P. С Roller}. - Nature, London, v. 133, p. 417.

Science at the universities. - Nature, London, v. 134, p. 571.

Methods for the detection of autosomal linkage in man. - Ann. Eug., v, 6, p. 26.

Human biology and politics. The British science guild: 10th Norman Lockyer Lecture, p. 3.

Race and culture. - Proc. Royal Anthropol. Inst. and Inst. of Sociol., p. 8. London, Le Play House Press.

The relative efficiency of two methods of measuring human linkage. - Amer. Naturalist, v. 68, p. 286.

Biology in everyday life (with J. R. Baker). London, George Allen and Unwin.

Fact and faith. London, Watts.

Genetics since 1910. - Nature, London, v. 135, p. 726.

Mutation rates in man (with L. S. Penrose). - Nature, London, v. 135, p. 907.

Blood group inheritance. - Nature, London, v. 136, p. 432.

Human genetics and human ideals. - Nature, London, v. 136, p. 894.

The genetics of Primula sinensis. III. Linkage in the diploid (with D. De Winton). - J. Genet., v. 31, p. 67.

The rate of spontaneous mutation of a human gene. - J. Genet., v. 31, p. 317.

The theory of inbreeding with forced heterozygosis (with M. S. Bartlett). - J. Genet, y. 31, p. 327.

Contribution de la genetique a la solution de quelques problemes physiologiques. Reunion Pleniere Societe de biologie, Paris. Some problems of mathematical biology. - J. Math. Phys., v. 14, p. 125.

The outlook of science. London, Kegan, Paul, Trench, Trubner. Science and the supernatural (with A. Lunn). London, Eyre and Spottiswoode.

Science and well-being. London, Kegan, Paul, Trench, Trubner.

A provisional map of a human chromosome. - Nature, London, v. 137, p. 397.

Carbon dioxide content of atmospheric air. - Nature, London, v. 137, p. 575.

Linkage in man (with J. Bell). - Nature, London, v. 138, p. 759.

Genetics in the universities (with E. Ashby, F. A. E. Crew, C. D. Darlington, E. B. Ford, E. J. Salisbury, W. B. Turrill and С. Н. Waddington). - Nature, London, v. 138, p. 972.

Natural selection. - Nature, London, v. 138, p. 1053.

Linkage in Primula sinensis - A correction. - J. Genet., v. 32, p. 373.

The amount of heterozygosis to be expected in an approximately pure line. - J. Genet., v. 32, p. 375.

Some natural populations of Lythrum salicaria. - J. Genet., v. 32, p. 393.

Some principles of causal analysis in genetics. - Erkenntnis, v. 6, p. 346.

A search for incomplete sex-linkage in man. - Ann. Eug., v. 7, p. 28.

Is space-time simply connected? - Observatory, v. 59, p. 228.

A discussion on the present state of the theory of natural selection. Primary and secondary effects of natural selection. Proc. Roy. Soc. В., v. 121, p. 67.

Physical science and philosophy. - Nature, London, v. 139, p. 1003.

Genetics in Madrid. - Nature, London, v. 140, p. 331.

The position of genetics. - Nature, London, v. 140, p. 428.

The exact value of the moments of the distribution of X2 used as a test of goodness of fit, when expectations are small. - Biometrika, v. 29, p. 133.

Tests of goodness of fit applied to records of Mendelian segregation in mice (with H. Gruneberg). - Biometrika, v. 29, p. 144.

Some theoretical results of continued brother-sister mating. - J. Genet., v. 34, p. 265.

The effect of variation on fitness. - Amer. Naturalist, v. 71, p. 337.

The linkage between the genes for colourblindness and haemophilia in man (with J. Bell). - Proc. Roy. Soc, v. 123, p. 119.

A probable new sex-linked dominant in man. - J. Hered., v. 28, p. 58.

L'analyse genetique des populations naturelles. Reunion internat. Physique-Chimie-Biologie. Congres du Palais de la decouverte, Paris, v. 8, p. 517.

Science and future warfare. - J. Roy. United Services Inst., v. 82, p. 713.

Dialectical account of evolution. - Science and Society, v. 1, p. 473.

Biochemistry of the individual. In "Perspectives in biochemistry", p. 1. J. Needham and D. E. Green (Eds). Cambridge Univ. Press.

My friend Mr. Leakey. London, Cresset Press.

The first six moments ot c2 for an n-fold table with h degrees of freedom when some expectations are small. - Biometrika, v. 29, p. 389.

The approximate normalization of a class of frequency distributions. - Biometrika, v. 29, p. 392.

Heterostylism in natural populations of the primrose. - Biometrika, v. 30, p. 196.

Social relations of science. - Nature, London, v. 141, p. 730.

Mathematics of air raid protection. - Nature, London, v. 142, p. 791.

A search for autosomal recessive lethals in man (with S. Bedichek). - Ann. Eug., v. 8, p. 245.

The estimation of the frequencies of recessive conditions in man. - Ann. Eug., v. 8, p. 255.

A hitherto unexpected complication in the genetics of human recessives. - Ann. Eug., v. 8, p. 263.

The location of the gene for haemophilia. - Genetics, v. 20, p. 423.

Indirect evidence for the mating system in natural populations. - J. Genet., v. 36, p. 213.

The nature of interspecific differences. - Evolution, p. 79.

Blood royal. A study of haemophilia in the royal families of Europe. - Modern Quarterly, v. 1, p. 129.

Congenital disease. - Lancet, p. 1449.

The chemistry of the individual. 38th Robert Boyle Lecture (1938). Oxford Univ. Press.

Forty years of genetics. In "Background to modern science". J. Needham and W. Pagel (Eds). Cambridge Univ. Press, p. 225.

A. R. P. London, Victor Gollancz.

The Marxist philosophy and the sciences. London, George Allen and Unwin. Heredity and politics. London, George Allen and Unwin.

The theory of the evolution of dominance. - J. Genet., v. 37, p. 365.

The daughters and sisters of haemophilics (with U. Phillip). - J. Genet, v. 33, p. 193.

Relative sexuality in unicellular algae (with U. Phillip). - Nature, London, v. 143, p. 334.

Speculative biology. - Modern Quarterly, v. 2, p. 1.

Protoplasm. - Modern Quarterly, v. 2, p. 128.

The spread of harmful autosomal recessive genes in human populations. - Ann. Eug., v. 9, p. 232.

Inbreeding in Mendelian populations with special reference to human cousin marriage (with P. Moshinsky). - Ann. Eug., v. 9, p. 321.

The equilibrium between mutation and random extinction. - Ann. Eug., v. 9, p. 400.

Note on the preceding analysis of Mendelian segregations. - Biometrika, v. 31, p. 67.

Corrections to formulae in papers on the moments of c2. - Biometrika, v. 31, p. 220.

Sampling errors in the determination of bacterial or virus density by the dilution method. - J. Hyg., v. 39, p. 289.

After-effects of exposure of men to carbon dioxide (with W. Alexander, P. Doff, G. Ives and D. Renton). - Lancet, p. 419.

Science in everyday life. London.

The mean and variance of c2, when used as a test of homogenity, when expectations are small. - Biometrika, v. 31, p. 346.

The cumulants and moments of the binomial distribution, and the cumulants of c2 for a (nX2) fold table. - Biometrika, v. 31, p. 392.

Congenital hyperglycaemia in mice (with H. Gruneberg). - Nature, London, v. 145, p. 704.

Blood groups of anthropoids. - Nature, London, v. 146, p. 652.

The conflict between selection and mutation of harmful recessive genes. - Ann. Eug., v. 10, p. 417.

The estimation of recessive gene frequencies by inbreeding. - Proc. Acad. Sci., v. 12, p. 109.

The blood-group frequencies of European peoples and racial origins. - Human Biol., v. 12, p. 457.

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Science in peace and war. London, Lawrence and Wishart.

Science in everyday life. New York, Macmillan Co.

Keeping cool and other essays. London, Chotto and Windus.

The partial sex-linkage of recessive spastic paraplegia. - J. Genet., v. 41, p. 141.

The relative importance of principal and modifying genes in determining some human diseases. J. Genet., v. 41, p. 149.

Can science be independent? - Nature, London, v. 147, p. 416.

Tastes of oxygen and nitrogen at high pressures (with E. M. Case). - Nature, London, v. 148, p. 84.

The relation between science and ethics. - Nature, London, v. 148, p. 342.

Human life and death at high pressures. - Nature, London, v. 148, p. 458.

Science in the U. S. S. R. - Nature, London, v. 148, p. 598.

Number of primes and probability considerations. - Nature, London, v. 148, p. 694.

Physiological properties of some common gases at high pressures. - Chem. Products, v. 4, p. 83.

The faking of genetical results. - Eureks, v. 6, p. 8.

The fitting of binomial distributions. - Ann. Eug., v. 11, p. 179.

How to write a popular scientific article. - Scient. Worker, v. 13, p. 122.

The cumulants of the distribution of the square of a variate. - Biometrika, v. 32, p. 199.

Human physiology under high pressure. I. Effects of nitrogen, carbon dioxide and cold (with E. M. Case). - J. Hyg., v. 41, p. 225.

The laws of Nature. Rationalist Annual, p. 35.

New paths in genetics. London, George Allen and Unwin.

Moments of the distributions of powers and products of normal variates. - Biometrika, v. 32, p. 226.

The mode and median of a nearly normal distribution with given cumulants. - Biometrika, v. 32, p. 294.

Selection against heterozygosis in man. - Ann. Eug., v. 11, p. 333.

A new pedigree of recurrent bullouse eruption of the feet (with R. Poole). - J. Hered., v. 33, p. 17.

The selective elimination of silver foxes in Eastern Canada. - J. Genet., v. 44, p. 296.

Civil defence against war gases. - Nature, London, v. 150, p. 769.

Statistics of occupational mortality. - Cambridge Univ. Med. Soc. Mag., v. 20, p. 38.

Variation in the weights of hatched and unhatched ducks (with J. M. Rendel). - Biometrika, v. 33, p. 56.

James Prescott Joule and the unit of energy. - Nature, London, v. 152, p. 479.

Mutation and the Rhesus reaction. - Nature, London, v. 153, p. 106.

Radioactivity and the origin of life in Milne's cosmology. - Nature, London, v. 153, p. 555.

Genetics and karyology of Drosophila subobscura (with U. Phillip, J. M. Rendel and H. Spurway). - Nature, London, v. 154, p. 260.

Heredity, development and genetics. - Nature, London, v. 154, p. 429.

Symmetrical and asymmetrical post-reduction in Ascomycetes (with H. L. K. Whitehouse). - Nature, London, v. 154, p. 704.

New deep-sea diving method: the case for helium. - Fairplay, v. 163, p. 740.

Reshaping plants and animals. In "Reshaping man's heritage". J. S. Huxley (Ed.). London, Allen and Unwin.

A labour saving method of sampling. - Nature, London, v. 155, p. 49.

A quantum theory of the origin of the solar system. - Nature, London, v. 155, p. 133.

Inverse statistical variates. - Nature, London, v. 155, p. 453.

Cosmic rays and kinematical relativity. - Nature, London, v. 156, p. 266.

On a method of estimating frequencies. - Biometrika, v. 33, p. 222.

Moments of r and c2 for a fourfold table in the absence of association. - Biometrika, v. 33, p. 231.

Use of c2 as a test of homogeneity in a (nX2) -fold table when expectations are small. - Biometrika, v. 33, p. 234.

A new theory of the past. - Amer. Scientist, v. 33, p. 129.

Chance effects and the Gaussian distribution. - Philos. Mag. (7), v. 36, p. 184.

Intellectual liberty and spiritual values. - Modern Quarterly, v. 1.

The cumulants of the distribution of Fisher's "U11" and "U31" scores used in the detection and estimation of linkage in man. - Ann. Eug., v. 13, p. 122.

The interaction of nature and nurture. - Ann. Eug., v. 13, p. 197.

Sex-linkage in Culex molestus (with B. M. Gilchrist). - Experimentia, v. 11, p. 372.

Symmetrical and asymmetrical reduction in Ascomycetes (with H. L. K. Whitehouse). - J. Genet,, v. 47, p. 208.

Auld Hornie F. R. S. - Modern Quarterly, p. 32.

A banned broadcast and other essays. London, Chatto and Windus.

The mutation rate of the gene for haemophilia, and its segregation ratios in males and females. - Eugenics, v. 13, p. 262.

A new estimate of the linkage between the genes for colourblindness and haemophilia in man. (with С. А. В. Smith). - Ann. Eug., v. 14, p. 10.

The dysgenic effect of induced recessive mutations. - Ann. Eug., v. 14, p. 35.

Effect of nuclear explosions. - Ann. Eug., v. 14, p. 35.

Sex-linkage and sex determination in a mosquite Culex molestus. (with В. М. Gilchrist). - Hereditas, v. 33, p. 175.

A mathematical theory of chromosomal rearrangements (with D. E. Lea}. - J. Genet., v. 48, p. 1.

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What is life? New York, Boni and Gaer.

The precision of observed values of small frequencies. - Biometrika, v. 35, p. 297.

A note on the median of a multivariate distribution. - Biometrika, v. 35, p. 414.

The theory of a cline. - J. Genet., v. 48, p. 277.

Methods for histocompatibility of genes (with G. D. Snell). - J. Genet., v. 49, p. 104.

The number of genotypes which can be formed with a given number of genes. - J. Genet., v. 49, p. 117.

Biology and Marxism. - Modern Quarterly (NS), v. 3, p. 2.

A simple exact test for birth order effect (with C. A. B. Smith). - Ann. Eug., v. 14, p. 117.

Differences. - Mind. (NS), v. 57, p. 227.

The formal genetics of man. - Proc. Roy. Soc. В., v. 135, p. 147.

Parental and fraternal correlations for fitness. - Ann. Eug., v. 14, p. 288.

A test for homogeneity of records of familial abnormalities. - Ann. Eug., v. 14, p. 339.

The association of characters as a result of inbreeding and linkage. - Ann. Eug., v. 15, p. 15.

Suggestions as to quantitative measurement of rates of evolution. - Evolution, v. 3, p. 51.

Some statistical problems arising in genetics. - J. Roy. Stat. Soc. В., v. 11, p. 14.

The rate of mutation of human genes. Proc. 8th International Congress of Genetics. - Hereditas, Suppl., p. 267.

A note on non-normal correlation. - Biometrika, v. 34, p. 467.

In defence of genetics. - Modern Quarterly (NS), v. 4, p. 194.

Human evolution: past and future. In "Genetics, paleontology and evolution". G. L. Jepsen, E. Mayr, G. G. Simpson. (Eds). Princeton Univ. Press, p. 405.

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Disease and evolution. Ricerca sclent. Suppl., v. 19, p. 68.

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Organic correlation of allometry (with K. A. Kermack). - Biometrika, v. 37 .
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La narcose par les gaz indifferents. Mecanisme de la narcose. Pans С N. R. S., p. 47.

The rate of evolution. - Rationalist Annual, p. 7.

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