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Journal of Genetics

, Volume 1, Issue 3, pp 185–203 | Cite as

The inheritance of the peculiar pigmentation of the silky fowl

  • W. Bateson
  • R. C. Punnett
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Keywords

Male Chick Female Chick Silky Fowl Zygotic Combination Full Pigmentation 
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    W. Bateson,Mendel’s Principles of Heredity, 1909, p. 181.Google Scholar

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    TheF1 chicks all had coloured plumage and subsequent breeding showed that the white of the Silky behaved as a simple recessive (cf.Rep. Evol. Comm. Roy. Soc. iv. 1908).Google Scholar

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    Doncaster, L.,Reports to the Evolution Commutee of the Royal Society, iv. 1908.Google Scholar
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    Durham, F. M.,Reports to the Evolution Committee of the Royal Society, iv. 1908.Google Scholar
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    Mendel’s Principles, 2nd imp., 1909, p. 195, note.Google Scholar

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    Morgan,Science, 1910, N. S. xxxii. p. 120.CrossRefGoogle Scholar

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    Morgan, Payne, and Browne,Biol. Bull. 1910, xviii. p. 76.CrossRefGoogle Scholar

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    Cf. Tegetmeier,The Poultry Book, 1873, p. 268; Darwin,Animals and Plants, 2nd edit., 1899, p. 253; Davenport,Inheritance in Poultry, 1906, p. 60.Google Scholar

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    An account of the origin of this strain will be found inReports to the Evolution Committee of the Royal Society, iii. p. 19, iv. p. 28.Google Scholar

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© Indian Academy of Sciences 1911

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  • W. Bateson
  • R. C. Punnett

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