Comparative Mammalian Cytogenetics

An International Conference at Dartmouth Medical School Hanover, New Hampshire, July 29—August 2, 1968

  • Kurt Benirschke

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxi
  2. T. C. Hsu, Rodney A. Mead
    Pages 8-17
  3. Kurt Hirschhorn, Maimon H. Cohen
    Pages 49-67
  4. D. H. Carr
    Pages 68-90
  5. C. E. Ford
    Pages 91-106
  6. P. K. Basrur
    Pages 107-131
  7. M. C. Chang, S. Pickworth, R. W. Mcgaughey
    Pages 132-145
  8. F. B. Hutt
    Pages 146-153
  9. Robert S. Krooth
    Pages 154-179
  10. H. G. Schwarzacher
    Pages 180-185
  11. D. L. Hayman, P. G. Martin
    Pages 191-217
  12. D. S. Borgaonkar
    Pages 218-246
  13. A. Gropp, P. Citoler
    Pages 267-276
  14. Charles F. Nadler
    Pages 277-309
  15. Doris H. Wurster
    Pages 310-329
  16. K. Benirschke, R. J. Low, V. H. Ferm
    Pages 330-345
  17. K. M. Taylor, D. A. Hungerford, R. L. Snyder
    Pages 346-356
  18. J. Egozcue
    Pages 357-389
  19. G. E. Sarto, J. M. Opitz, S. L. Inhorn
    Pages 390-413
  20. Richard G. Van Gelder
    Pages 445-450
  21. T. C. Hsu, James L. Patton
    Pages 454-460
  22. C. E. Ford, E. P. Evans
    Pages 461-464
  23. G. Breckon, E. P. Evans
    Pages 465-466
  24. Back Matter
    Pages 467-473

About these proceedings


Ten years ago a symposium on Cytotaxonomy 'was held in London (Proc. Linn. Soc. Lond. 169:110, 1958) in which a first attempt was made to bring together various disciplines to discuss advances of mammalian cytogenetics and to put them into proper context with the sciences of evolution and taxonomy. The introductory remarks by \V. B. Turrill to that symposium, essentially an admonishment to be tolerant of the short­ comings of our respective disciplines, would be a most appropriate begin­ ning to this conference as ,,'ell. However, the meeting held at Hanover was conceived more along the lines of remarks made by R. B. Seymour Se,,'ell in his presidential address to the same society: "It has been said that scientists in this search for truth are nowadays too much concerned with the accumulation of facts, and make too little use of their imagina­ tion in their attempts to explain such facts as they have accumulated. " (In "The continental drift theory and the distribution of the Copepoda," ibid. 166:149, 1956. ) \\Tith this as a background, two years ago we held the first of a series of loosely-structured conferences on reproductive failure in the relaxing atmosphere of this small New England college community. The manu­ scripts of that meeting have been published (Comparative Aspects of Re­ productive Failure, Springer-Verlag New York Inc. , 1967).


Termination cell chromosome cytogenetics cytology distribution embryology evolution genes genetics hybridization mortality mutagen nomenclature

Editors and affiliations

  • Kurt Benirschke
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of PathologyDartmouth Medical SchoolUSA

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  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1969
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
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  • Print ISBN 978-3-642-85945-8
  • Online ISBN 978-3-642-85943-4
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