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Arkell, T. R., Davenport, Charles Benedict (March 1912) Horns in sheep as a typical sex-limited character. Science, 35 (897). pp. 375-377.

Arkell, T. R., Davenport, Charles Benedict (1912) The nature of the inheritance of horns in sheep. Science, 35 (911). p. 927.

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Banker, Howard James (1912) Type studies in the Hydnaceae - I. The genus Manina. Mycologia, 4 (5). pp. 271-278.

Banta, Arthur Mangun (1912) Experiments with the influence of darkness upon pigment development in amphibian larvae (Abstract). Science, 35 (899). p. 460.

Banta, Arthur Mangun (1912) Observations on the relation of carbon dioxide and oxygen to the development of certain amphibian embryos. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine, 9 (6). pp. 104-106.

Banta, Arthur Mangun (1912) The distastefulness of Anosia plexippus (Reply to Mr. R.I. Pocock). Nature, 89 (2219). p. 242.

Banta, Arthur Mangun (April 1912) The influence of cave conditions upon pigment development in larvae of Amblystoma tigrinum. The American Naturalist, 46 (544). pp. 244-248.

Belling, John (1912) Second generation of the cross between velvet and lyon beans. Project Report. Florida Agricultural Experiment Station, Gainesville, FL.

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Castle, William Ernest (April 1912) Are horns in sheep a sex-limited character? Science, 35 (902). pp. 574-575.

Castle, William Ernest (1912) Heredity and sex. In: Heredity and eugenics; a course of lectures summarizing recent advances in knowledge in variation, heredity, and evolution and its relation to plant, animal and human improvement and welfare. The University of Chicago Press, Chicago, Illinois, pp. 62-79.

Castle, William Ernest (July 1912) On the inheritance of tricolor coat in guinea-pigs, and its relation to Galton's law of ancestral heredity. The American Naturalist, 46 (547). pp. 437-440.

Castle, William Ernest (March 1912) On the origin of a pink-eyed guinea-pig with colored coat. Science, 35 (900). pp. 508-510.

Castle, William Ernest (March 1912) On the origin of an albino race of deer mouse. Science, 35 (896). pp. 346-348.

Castle, William Ernest (December 1912) Some biological principles of animal breeding. American Breeders' Magazine, 3 (4). pp. 270-282.

Castle, William Ernest (June 1912) The inconstancy of unit-characters. The American Naturalist, 46 (546). pp. 352-362.

Castle, William Ernest (1912) The method of evolution. In: Heredity and eugenics; a course of lectures summarizing recent advances in knowledge in variation, heredity, and evolution and its relation to plant, animal and human improvement and welfare. The University of Chicago Press, Chicago, Illinois, pp. 39-61.

Castle, William Ernest, Coulter, John Merle, Davenport, Charles Benedict, East, Edward Murray, Tower, William Lawrence (1912) Heredity and eugenics; a course of lectures summarizing recent advances in knowledge in variation, heredity, and evolution and its relation to plant, animal and human improvement and welfare. The University of Chicago Press, Chicago, Illinois.

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Danielson, Florence H., Davenport, Charles Benedict (August 1912) The Hill Folk. Report on a rural community of hereditary defectives. Project Report. Carnegie Institution of Washington , Cold Spring Harbor, NY.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (1912) Eugenics and the physician. The New York Medical Journal .

Davenport, Charles Benedict (1912) Heredity in nervous disease and its social bearings. JAMA: the journal of the American Medical Association, 59. pp. 2141-2142.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (October 1912) How did feeble-mindedness originate in the first instance? Training School Bulletin , 9 (6). pp. 87-90.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (November 1912) Importance of heredity to the state. Quarterly, representing the Minnesota Educational, Philanthropic, Correctional, and Penal Institutions, 12 (2). pp. 23-51.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (March 1912) Light thrown by the experimental study of heredity upon the factors and methods of evolution. The American Naturalist, 46 (543). pp. 129-138.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (1912) The Nams. The Feeble-minded as country dwellers. The Survey, 27 (22). pp. 1844-1845.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (1912) Proper care for the socially inadequate. Project Report. New York State Conference of Charities, Syracuse.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (August 1912) Review of Whetham's "Heredity and Society". Science, 36 (918). pp. 150-151.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (July 1912) Sex-limited inheritance in poultry. Journal of Experimental Zoology, 13 (1). pp. 1-18.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (1912) Some social applications of modern principles of heredity. !5th International Congress on Hygiene and Demography, held at Washington, D.C., Sept. 23-28, 1912 . Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C..

Davenport, Charles Benedict (September 1912) The family-history book. Project Report. Carnegie Institution of Washington Eugenics Record Office, Cold Spring Harbor, NY.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (1912) The geography of man in relation to eugenics. Heredity and eugenics; a course of lectures summarizing recent advances in knowledge in variation, heredity, and evolution and its relation to plant, animal and human improvement and welfare . The University of Chicago Press, Chicago, Illinois.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (1912) The inheritance of physical and mental traits of man and their application to eugenics. Heredity and eugenics; a course of lectures summarizing recent advances in knowledge in variation, heredity, and evolution and its relation to plant, animal and human improvement and welfare . The University of Chicago Press, Chicago, Illinois.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (January 1912) The origin and control of mental defectiveness. Popular Science Monthly, 80 (1). pp. 87-90.

Davenport, Charles Benedict (February 1912) The trait book. Eugenics Record Office Bulletin, 6. p. 52.

Detlefsen, John Adolph (1912) The fertility of hybrids in a mammalian species-cross. American Breeders Magazine, 3. pp. 261-265.

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Estabrook, Arthur Howard, Davenport, Charles Benedict (August 1912) The Nam family. A study in cacogenics. Project Report. Carnegie Institution of Washington , Cold Spring Harbor, NY.

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Gortner, Ross Aiken (1912) On two different types of melanin. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine, 9 (5). p. 120.

Gortner, Ross Aiken (1912) Sur les pigments mélaniques d'origine animale. Bulletin de la Société Chimique de France, 4 (11). pp. 499-501.

Gortner, Ross Aiken (1912) The laboratory of biological chemistry of the Station for Experimental Evolution, Carnegie Institution of Washington. The Biochemical Bulletin, 1. pp. 567-579.

Gortner, Ross Aiken (July 1912) The misuse of the term "melanin". Science, 36 (915). pp. 52-53.

Gortner, Ross Aiken (May 1912) The occurrence, and the significance, of tyrosinase in the reproductive organs of certain amphibians. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine, 9 (6). pp. 118-120.

Gortner, Ross Aiken, Rost, Clayton Ord (1912) The determination of total manganese in soils. Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, 4 (7). p. 522.

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Harris, James Arthur (May 1912) Assortative mating in man. Popular Science Monthly, 80 (5). pp. 476-492.

Harris, James Arthur (December 1912) Biometric data on the inflorescence and fruit of Crinum longifolium. Missouri Botanical Garden Annual Report, 1912. pp. 75-99.

Harris, James Arthur (1912) Chloranthy and vivipary in the staminate inflorescence of Euchlaena mexicana. Torreya, 12. p. 181.

Harris, James Arthur (September 1912) On differential mortality with respect to seed weight occurring in field cultures of Phaseolus vulgaris. The American Naturalist, 46 (549). pp. 512-525.

Harris, James Arthur (August 1912) On fairness and accuracy in scientific reviewing. The American Naturalist, 46 (548). pp. 498-499.

Harris, James Arthur (September 1912) On significance of variety tests. Science, 36 (923). pp. 318-320.

Harris, James Arthur (December 1912) On the relationship between bilateral asymmetry and fertility and fecundity. Archiv für Entwicklungsmechanik der Organismem, 35 (3). pp. 500-522.

Harris, James Arthur (September 1912) On the relationship between the bilateral asymmetry of the unilocular fruit and the weight of the seed which it produces. Science, 36 (926). pp. 414-415.

Harris, James Arthur (1912) On the relationship between the bilateral asymmetry of the unilocular fruit and the weight of the seeds which it produces. Science, 36 (926). pp. 414-415.

Harris, James Arthur (May 1912) Pearl and Jennings on assortative conjugation in the Protozoa. Science, 35 (906). pp. 740-741.

Harris, James Arthur (June 1912) A first study of the influence of the starvation of the ascendants upon the characteristics of the descendants. I. The American Naturalist, 46 (546). pp. 313-343.

Harris, James Arthur (November 1912) A first study of the influence of the starvation of the ascendants upon the characteristics of the descendants. II. The American Naturalist, 46 (551). pp. 656-674.

Harris, James Arthur (August 1912) The formation of condensed correlation tables when the number of combinations is large. The American Naturalist, 46 (548). pp. 477-486.

Harris, James Arthur (March 1912) The influence of the seed upon the size of the fruit in Staphylea. I. Botanical Gazette, 53 (3). pp. 204-218.

Harris, James Arthur (May 1912) The influence of the seed upon the size of the fruit in Staphylea. II. Botanical Gazette, 53 (5). pp. 396-414.

Harris, James Arthur (November 1912) A simple demonstration of the action of natural selection. Science, 36 (934). pp. 712-715.

Harris, James Arthur (December 1912) A simple test of the goodness of fit of Mendelian ratios. The American Naturalist, 46 (552). pp. 741-745.

Harris, James Arthur (1912) The size of the seed planted and the fertility of the plant produced. American Breeders Magazine, 3 (4). pp. 293-295.

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Laughlin, Harry Hamilton (March 1912) Eugenics. The Nature Study Review, 8 (3). pp. 110-113.

Laughlin, Harry Hamilton (January 1912) The inheritance of color in short horn cattle II. The American Naturalist, 46 (541). pp. 5-28.

Little, Clarence Cook (May 1912) Preliminary note on the occurrence of a sex-limited character in cats. Science, 35 (907). pp. 784-785.

Little, Clarence Cook (1912) Yellow and agouti factors in mice not "associated". The American Naturalist, 46 (548). pp. 491-493.

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Metz, Charles William (1912) Das Stufenmikrometer mit vereinfachter Mikronteilung. Zeitschrift für wissenschaftliche Mikroskopie und für mikroskopische Technik, 29. pp. 72-78.

Morgan, Thomas Hunt, Goodale, Hubert Dana (July 1912) Sex-linked inheritance in poultry. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 22. 113-133, plates XVII.

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Riddle, Oscar (December 1912) Book Review: Marshall's "The physiology of reproduction". Science, 36 (937). pp. 827-828.

Riddle, Oscar (March 1912) Preliminary chemical studies on male and female producing eggs of pigeons: a study of the eggs of forms in which the dominance of male and female sex and of white and dark color was experimentally determined by Professor C. O. Whitman. Science, 35 (899). pp. 462-463.

Riddle, Oscar (January 1912) A case of yolk formation not connected with the production of ova. The Biological Bulletin, 22 (2). pp. 107-111.

Riddle, Oscar (May 1912) A note on Professor Whitman's unpublished work. The University of Chicago Magazine, 4 (6). pp. 208-211.

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Shull, George Harrison (May 1912) "Genes" or "gens"? Science, 35 (908). p. 819.

Shull, George Harrison (January 1912) "Genotypes," "biotypes," "pure lines," and "clones". Science, 35 (888). pp. 27-29.

Shull, George Harrison (October 1912) Hermaphrodite females in Lychnis dioica. Science, 36 (928). pp. 482-483.

Shull, George Harrison (1912) Inheritance of the heptandra-form of Digitalis purpurea L. Zeitschrift für induktive Abstammmungs und Vererbungslehre, 6 (5). 257-267, with plates.

Shull, George Harrison (1912) Inheritance of the heptandria form of Digitalis purpurea L. Zeitschrift für induktive Abstammmungs und Vererbungslehre, 6 (5). p. 257.

Shull, George Harrison (February 1912) "Phenotype" and "clone". Science, 35 (892). pp. 182-183.

Shull, George Harrison (June 1912) A pilgrimage to Brunn. The Antiochian.

Shull, George Harrison (August 1912) The primary color-factors of Lychnis and color-inhibitors of Papaver rhoeas. Botanical Gazette, 54 (2). pp. 120-135.

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Tower, William Lawrence (1912) Recent advances and the present state of knowledge concerning the modification of the germinal constitution of organisms by experimental processes. In: Heredity and eugenics; a course of lectures summarizing recent advances in knowledge in variation, heredity, and evolution and its relation to plant, animal and human improvement and welfare. The University of Chicago Press, Chicago, Illinois, pp. 141-265.

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