Isozyme Polymorphism of the Blood
Having been invited at a rather late date to stand in for Professor Harry Harris on the subject of isozymes, my first reaction was to suggest the title “Isozymes and Their Possible Role in Evolution”. However, in the course of assembling literature and thoughts, it occurred to me that a review of the literature in isozymes might be more appropriate and rewarding. Helping me to make that decision was the fact that Shaw’s timely review (1965) is now well antidated. Beckman’s more recent review (1966) is restricted to man whereas Lush’s monograph (1966) is restricted to vertebrates other than man.
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