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Wood, Thelma Rittenhouse

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Paper

Banta, Arthur Mangun, Wood, Thelma Rittenhouse (January 1938) Maternal effects in Cladocera (Abstract). Genetics, 23 (1). p. 139.

Ingle, Lester, Wood, Thelma Rittenhouse, Banta, Arthur Mangun (July 1937) A study of longevity, growth, reproduction and heart rate in Daphnia longispina as influenced by limitations in quantity of food. Journal of Experimental Biology, 76 (2). pp. 325-352.

Banta, Arthur Mangun, Wood, Thelma Rittenhouse (January 1937) The accumulation of recessive physiological mutations during long-continued parthenogenesis (Abstract). Genetics, 22. pp. 183-184.

Wood, Thelma Rittenhouse, Banta, Arthur Mangun (1937) Hatchability of Daphnia and Moina sexual eggs without drying. Internationale Revue der gesamten Hydrobiologie und Hydrographie, 35. pp. 229-242.

Wood, Thelma Rittenhouse, Banta, Arthur Mangun (January 1933) Inheritance in diploid parthenogenesis contrasted with biparental inheritance (Abstract). The American Naturalist, 67 (708). p. 83.

Banta, Arthur Mangun, Wood, Thelma Rittenhouse (1933) Long-continued parthenogenesis and the accumulation of recessive mutations in Cladocera (Abstract). The American Naturalist, 67 (708). p. 73.

Wood, Thelma Rittenhouse, Smith, George A. (1932) Evidence of physiological mutations in the cladoceran, Moina macrocopa. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine, 29 (5). pp. 590-592.

Wood, Thelma Rittenhouse (1932) Resting eggs that fail to rest. The American Naturalist, 66 (704). pp. 277-281.

Banta, Arthur Mangun, Wood, Thelma Rittenhouse (1931) Dwarf and slow developing clones of Daphina longispina. The Anatomical Record, 51 (1, sup).

Banta, Arthur Mangun, Wood, Thelma Rittenhouse (January 1928) Genetic evidence that the Cladocera male is diploid. Science, 67 (1723). pp. 18-19.

Banta, Arthur Mangun, Wood, Thelma Rittenhouse (1928) Inheritance in parthenogenesis and in sexual reproduction in Cladocera. Zeitschrift für induktive Abstammmungs und Vererbungslehre, Supple. pp. 391-398.

Wood, Thelma Rittenhouse (1928) Methods of inducing the production and the hatching of sexual eggs of Daphnia longispina. The Anatomical Record, 41 (1). p. 38.

Wood, Thelma Rittenhouse, Banta, Arthur Mangun (1926) Data concerning a physiologically new type of Cladocera originating from sexual reproduction. The Anatomical Record, 34 (3). pp. 125-126.

Book Section

Banta, Arthur Mangun, Wood, Thelma Rittenhouse (1939) Genetical studies in sexual reproduction. In: Studies on the physiology, genetics, and evolution of some Cladocera. Carnegie Institution of Washington Publication; no. 513, Carneg . Carnegie Institution of Washington, Washington, D.C., pp. 131-181.

Wood, Thelma Rittenhouse, Ingle, Lester, Banta, Arthur Mangun (1939) Growth and reproductive characteristics of Daphnia longispina. In: Studies on the physiology, genetics, and evolution of some Cladocera. Carnegie Institution of Washington, Washington, D.C., pp. 182-200.

Wood, Thelma Rittenhouse, Banta, Arthur Mangun, Ingle, Lester (1939) Growth of genetically different clones. In: Studies on the physiology, genetics, and evolution of some Cladocera. Carnegie Institution of Washington, Washington, D.C., pp. 201-228.

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